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tooltimejim

02-25-2010 05:30:37




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Lately I notice a few 3 point hitch conversions for sale on e-bay. The new manufactured 3 points look well built. My question Is has anyone had one/ can the allis B handle implements, such as dearborn plows? back blades, like the 8n ford implements? I would think the weight ratio up front on the allis B would be on the light side for such 3 point equipment. thanks for your opinions, Jim




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Clay in MI

02-26-2010 18:05:20




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 Re: allis B 3 point in reply to tooltimejim, 02-25-2010 05:30:37  
I've been happy with my conversion. With about 200 lbs of suitcase weights hanging on the front it handles a 5' bushhog or 6' disc well. I tried a 3 pt dearborn plow and didn't like it. It wandered up/down and side to side much more than the factory B setup.



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tooltimejim

02-28-2010 07:05:17




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 Re: allis B 3 point in reply to Clay in MI, 02-26-2010 18:05:20  
thanks Clay, I was thinking about putting a 5 ft back blade, for running up and down the driveway, and I have a 6ft dear born disc, that might work. Was starting to think , how I could hang weights off the front of the B, do you make a weight bracket,that bolts some place up front? thanks Jim



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old

02-25-2010 10:01:24




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 Re: allis B 3 point in reply to tooltimejim, 02-25-2010 05:30:37  
I have a 3 point on my C and it works ok for things like a back blade but not for something like a disk. Or at least not the disk I have which is a 6 footer but it also has a 300lbs boiler plate on it. It would probably handle a 1 bottom 12 plow also since if I remember right the B had a mounted plow that was that size any how



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tooltimejim

02-26-2010 02:12:10




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 Re: allis B 3 point in reply to old, 02-25-2010 10:01:24  
Thanks Old.



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