Re: m 3-point hitch in reply to dray s, 03-06-2013 11:44:26
The hitch is self explanatory if you have the brackets on the axle housings. You can't use the original drawbar brackets because the 3 point uses them. As mentioned the original drawbar bolts to the 3 point Saginaw, you remove the original attachments from the drawbar. Some 3 points have their own drawbar. If not you have to attach a one piece drawbar to the sockets in the lower 3 point arms.
Re: m 3-point hitch in reply to dray s, 03-06-2013 07:16:59
It depends upon they manufacture of the 3 point. The one that I got on my SMTA allows me to use standard drawbar. The only problem I have is that the 3 point lift arms will hit drawbar before the implement goes down enough.
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