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DRAWBAR FOR ALLIS CA

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Gatwood

08-25-2008 08:24:40




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Can anyone help me locate the semi circular drawbar that goes from the inside of teh rear wheel hub to other rear wheel hub. This is just a stationary attachement for hooking up wagons and such. I would like a used one if possible.

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Jerry Coulter

08-25-2008 10:26:01




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 Re: DRAWBAR FOR ALLIS CA in reply to Gatwood, 08-25-2008 08:24:40  
You are describing the drawbar for a C. And it will fit a CA. The CA has 2 styles of swinging drawbar, the early one for the pin style hitch and the later one for the snap coupler system.



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Gatwood

08-27-2008 12:19:54




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 Re: DRAWBAR FOR ALLIS CA in reply to Jerry Coulter, 08-25-2008 10:26:01  
DOES ANYONE HAVE A PICTURE OF SNAP COUPLER STYLE OR CAN YOU EXPAIN HOW IT WORKS

GAT



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Gatwood

08-25-2008 10:47:33




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 Re: DRAWBAR FOR ALLIS CA in reply to Jerry Coulter, 08-25-2008 10:26:01  
I have what I believe to be snap coupler style fixture under my tractor, but in an effort to make it easy for now until I find one I will just make my own and fasten it to the inside hub holes.



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