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Tractor Talk Discussion Forum

Homemade 3 point hitch?

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Dick N.IL

08-21-2005 08:58:19
69.209.19.131



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Has anyone built a 3 point hitch for a non-3pt hitch tractor? Looking for someone to share info., plan, photo etc. Have experimented with one on my 39 WC, some success, some drawbacks!?




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JMS/MN

08-22-2005 07:22:35
204.73.106.15



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 Re: Homemade 3 point hitch? in reply to Dick N.IL, 08-21-2005 08:58:19  
All 3ph specs are at www.asae.org.



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buickanddeere

08-21-2005 19:56:10
216.183.130.41



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 Re: Homemade 3 point hitch? in reply to Dick N.IL, 08-21-2005 08:58:19  
It costs less money for a real three point made with quality welds and metal. From Hoxey Hitch or Saginaw Hitch. Both are in Michigan.



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Missouri Boy

08-21-2005 19:13:13
204.8.188.89



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 Re: Homemade 3 point hitch? in reply to Dick N.IL, 08-21-2005 08:58:19  
What are you going to use for a hydraulic pump? I bought a good WD for about what a pump. valve, hose, and cylinder would cost.



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RayP(MI)

08-21-2005 18:20:30
64.25.199.4



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 Re: Homemade 3 point hitch? in reply to Dick N.IL, 08-21-2005 08:58:19  
Look up yur tractor on worksaver.com website. They have a number of 3pts, and drawings of the various models. you should be able to pick up some ideas there.



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Keith-OR

08-21-2005 10:59:45
207.200.116.199



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 Re: Homemade 3 point hitch? in reply to Dick N.IL, 08-21-2005 08:58:19  

Dick, here is a picture of the 3pt I built for my Allis C. It worked really great...Keith



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Missouri Boy

08-21-2005 19:10:25
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 Re: Homemade 3 point hitch? in reply to Keith-OR, 08-21-2005 10:59:45  
The lift arms look like the ends are pretty far behind the tires. Most are a lot closer. It appears that you will not be able to lift much without the front end coming off the ground. First "C" I ever saw with a wide front. The wheels are strictly "C"



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Keith-OR

08-21-2005 20:50:44
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 Re: Homemade 3 point hitch? in reply to Missouri Boy, 08-21-2005 19:10:25  
MO Boy was not built with the intend of lifting anything extremely heavy. Just a good usable 3pt for an old tractor that never had one. Good for blading drive. But don't think it will ever see much work anymore, a dealer bought it from me and now it sits in his show room..Fitting place after all the years it had set outside neglected and rusting away....Thanks ..Keith



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Gary Walker

12-20-2005 12:38:04
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 Re: Homemade 3 point hitch? in reply to Keith-OR, 08-21-2005 20:50:44  
I am going ahead and adding a 3 point hitch to my C. Would like to have pics if you might have them available still. I'm adding the 3 point hitch to blade my drive and a lift to pick up a wood box with my chain saw and equipment for the woods. Nothing too heavy.

If you have pictures please email them to walkerg@gvsu.edu

Thank you.

Sincerely,

Gary Walker



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Way Up Here

08-21-2005 16:26:15
64.42.242.16



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 Re: Homemade 3 point hitch? in reply to Keith-OR, 08-21-2005 10:59:45  
Now tell us the truth, you manufacture 3-point hitches for a living right? Very nice, I mean VERY nice !!! True craftmanship !!!



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Keith-OR

08-21-2005 20:37:12
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 Re: Homemade 3 point hitch? in reply to Way Up Here, 08-21-2005 16:26:15  

W.U.H., Nope just built that one for my Allis, I am a jack of all trades Master of one. Been building things that I need at the time all my life. You should see my over head crane that I use to split tactors, since I have to do everything alone. Seems every time I need help all my friends are busy. Here is a bucket that I made for a friend's Case VAC 14 . Thanks for the kinds words...Keith

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old

08-21-2005 09:16:56
207.69.138.12



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 Re: Homemade 3 point hitch? in reply to Dick N.IL, 08-21-2005 08:58:19  
I made one for my Oliver 77, it works ok I haven't tried it with a plow but it works good with a disc, 3 point rake, etc. On a WC it shoud be easyer to make then on my Oliver. Drop me an e-mail if you want more info/picture



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