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Allis B three point ??

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ed in cny

09-04-2009 10:31:48




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Interested in making somehting that mounts to the tractor that would be something like a three point. Everything"s there to do it with. I thought of using the holes that the draw bar connects to and somehow the lift as the top link. I wonder if anyone else has done something like this before. I gave it a try a couple years ago but couldn"t get the top right. Any ideas? I know that there are kits out there for the three point setup but woud like to still use the equipment that mounts to the tractor. Easy on easy off so I could use the equipment would be great.

I also need to dig some potatoes and if any of you have used your Allis B for the job how did you do it? I"m thinking of getting a middle buster blade and mounting it to the cultavators and doing it that way. Any ideas?

Thanks Ed.

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Ralphwd45

09-06-2009 17:40:54




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 Re: Allis B three point ?? in reply to ed in cny, 09-04-2009 10:31:48  
Mike in Ohio! I would be glad to answer your ,or anyones questions, however due to it being a lengthy process, my E Mail is farmer0100@ywave.com and morning land line is 360 400 0250 ( Pacific time zone )



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ed in cny

09-06-2009 18:36:32




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 Re: Allis B three point ?? in reply to Ralphwd45, 09-06-2009 17:40:54  
Add me to the list. Ed@wilbedone.com thanks.



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Ralphwd45

09-05-2009 00:35:03




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 Re: Allis B three point ?? in reply to ed in cny, 09-04-2009 10:31:48  
Ed! Tony Carabaugh, at Tonys Tractors, in Oregon, has a real sturdy 3 pt hitch to fit your B. There also was an outfit named Worksaver which made a light weight 3 pt for the AC B. I have a 52 B that I rebuilt in 1989, that I work WAY beond the limits, it was designed for, and is my main go to tractor. It can do so many things, so well, that I would rather use it instead of my 3 larger tractors. I have modern live hydraulics on it from Northern Tool. and a very heavy #pt, and a removeable water tank ahead of the radiator, for adjustable front end weight.So far I have yet to break it, and pull a 6ft Howse 3pt disc, dig postholes,harrow with it,pull a one bottom Howse plow, and it really shines with a back scoop, or grader blade, due to the down preassure. I doubt that it will ever be replaced, for a more modern tractor, by me. Good luck with your B! Fix it right, and you will love it!

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Mike in Ohio

09-05-2009 14:04:51




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 Re: Allis B three point ?? in reply to Ralphwd45, 09-05-2009 00:35:03  
Ralph,
How did you do the live hydraulics? That sounds like a great idea.
Thanks , Mike



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old

09-04-2009 11:09:56




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 Re: Allis B three point ?? in reply to ed in cny, 09-04-2009 10:31:48  
I built one for my C but it does not work all that well. I hooked the ends of the 3 point arms just under the seat mount so there to high but the draw bar area would also be to low. As for what you can lift not much because the front of these tractors are very light. As for the tato they made a tato plow for your B but finding one that could be hard to do



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ed in cny

09-04-2009 11:18:06




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 Re: Allis B three point ?? in reply to old, 09-04-2009 11:09:56  
third party image

Look like this?



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old

09-04-2009 11:22:55




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 Re: Allis B three point ?? in reply to ed in cny, 09-04-2009 11:18:06  
More or less yes.



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ed in cny

09-04-2009 11:38:25




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 Re: Allis B three point ?? in reply to old, 09-04-2009 11:22:55  
Couldn"t I use a regular plow and replace tthe plow with a middlebuster?



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old

09-04-2009 12:05:08




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 Re: Allis B three point ?? in reply to ed in cny, 09-04-2009 11:38:25  
Probably but since I have not tried it my self I can not say for sure



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