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49 Allis Chalmers hookup to a Athens 2 disk plow

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03-15-2009 18:36:18

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I have a 49 Allis and a 2 disc plow. It has the drawbar that hooks to the plow and to the lift arm pin. How does this hookup to the tractor at the bottom. The drawbar has a round tube that goes to the plow, and a peice of angle iron with a nipple on each end. I know it hooks up inside of the rear wheels where the towing drawbar is. The guy I got it from said there are some brackets that are about 6"-8" long that go inside the wheels and hookup the drawbar. Any phots or diagrams or advise on how to make a bracket.

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03-18-2009 12:44:26

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 Re: 49 Allis Chalmers hookup to a Athens 2 disk plow in reply to 49actractor, 03-15-2009 18:36:18  
I put some pics of the hitch in the implement photos.

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03-18-2009 09:13:56

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 Re: 49 Allis Chalmers hookup to a Athens 2 disk plow in reply to 49actractor, 03-15-2009 18:36:18  
I have a dealers repair parts bookFor the Athens dics plows. Is it on a WD or B/C tractor It sounds like a B tractor your talking about.I"ll try to post a Pic.

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03-16-2009 15:08:50

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 Re: 49 Allis Chalmers hookup to a Athens 2 disk plow in reply to 49actractor, 03-15-2009 18:36:18  
The one we had had two flat pieces hooked up on each side of where draw bar hooks up under neath tractor. It then went to each end of round bar at rear of tractor. There was another flat piece at each end of round bar that went up to the lift arms. In the center of the round bar was a pipe that bolted into the hitch pin hole of the draw bar. The bolts on the draw bar brackets under the rear axle were removed to allow the draw bar raise and lower. It also had brackets on the plow to remove the plow from the tractor. It was fairly easy to leave the plow in the field. But all the stuff on the tractor was hard took quite a bit of time to put on and take off. Once we had the plow on Dad made sure all plowing was done and let neighbors know it was coming off that if they wanted us to plow now was the time cause it was coming off in a few days. This was a semi mounted plow. I seem to remember seeing an old Athens plow like it that was made to hook up with Snap Coupler.

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