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Re: rookie help

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William Fissell

04-01-2013 09:21:09

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Regarding the 3-pt implement, they are usually secured with linch pins; if you have a county Ag coop near you, a CNH dealer, or a Tractor supply, you can buy 'em by the bag for less than a dollar each.

There are several REALLY good articles on this web site about how to use a 3 point hitch and not get yourself killed. I was just about where it sounds you are about 3 years ago, and reading those articles let me do stuff MUCH more safely than I would have on my own.

Regarding the carb, theres many smarter folks than me here, BUT you'll need to ad some more detail to help- when is it leaking, and from where?

hope this helps

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04-01-2013 10:23:13

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 Re: rookie help in reply to William Fissell, 04-01-2013 09:21:09  
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If you don 't have any of those stores mentioned above, you can usually find lynch pins at Lowes or Home Depot. Look in the specialty hardware section where all the little drawers are.
If the three implements came with the tractor, you should have all the pins needed. You usually use the same pins with each implement. Look around on the implements, you'll probably find what you need on one of them.

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