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1750 Oliver 3 Point Hitch

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03-19-2011 12:46:08

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Ok...I have another question. I have a 1750 Oliver diesel tractor with a bucket on it. On the back there is no 3 point hitch, only a PTO and there is also hydraulics back there too? Can anyone tell me if you can put a 3 point hitch on a tractor and is it a brtually hard job to do and very expensive? I am looking to put a backhoe attachment on it, but obviously I can't put it on the 3 point hitch, but is there anyway I can add the backhoe attachment to the PTO???? Very Confused!!!!



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J. Schwiebert

03-20-2011 09:35:50

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 Re: 1750 Oliver 3 Point Hitch in reply to moonflirt, 03-19-2011 12:46:08  
Well now I am very confused. All I know is your tractor has hydraulics. Oliver had several options for hydraulics. The most common is the unit which has 2 remote valves and a 3 point hitch although it was available as a unit without 3 point. We received 2 new 50 series tractors one time where someone made a mistake on the order. The hydraulic housing + remote valves were there but no three point. They also had a hydraulic system that was common on "wheatland" tractors where you could have up to 4 remote valves and there was no way to put a 3 point on there. We used to sell a couple of 3 point backhoes to farmers each year, now they look for just backhoe/loader insustrial tractors such as Case , Deere or Ford. How about a picture of your hydraulic unit?

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03-19-2011 13:44:12

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 Re: 1750 Oliver 3 Point Hitch in reply to moonflirt, 03-19-2011 12:46:08  
Most backhoes are better solidly mounted rather than mounted to a 3 pt. hitch. PTO stands for Power Take Off. It's just a shaft that turns. You could run a PTO hydraulic pump for a backhoe but you'd need to have a complete hyd. system with a reservoir and filter as well. That would cost a few bucks. It's very possible to mount a hoe on your 1750 but unless you have some fabrication and welding skills, might be too big of a job for you to handle. A shop could do it for sure but then you'd probably be looking at a lot of money. There's a lot of force using a backhoe and it's easy to rip stuff apart if they aren't strong enough. It might be better to just rent a mini excavator for your digging.

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