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3 point for model B

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Peter Andersen

07-27-2010 08:12:12




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I bought a 1944 Allis Chalmers model B earlier this summer and I want to put a three point hitch on it, does anyone have one they would sell me or can tell me where I can get one for cheap. I live in Wisconsin and the cheapest one is for 355 in oklahoma and shipping is 70 bucks so i don't want to resort to that.




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Ralph WD45

07-28-2010 00:53:04




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 Re: 3 point for model B in reply to Peter Andersen, 07-27-2010 08:12:12  
When I bought my 52 B, 11 yrs ago, it was wearing a WORKSAVER brand 3 pt hitch. I didn't buy it, so I don't know if it was the cheap one, or not! I was not impressed with the scrawney little thing, and built my own, just retaining the general design, and buying the factory Ford type arms, which was sturdy enough to satisfy me. Since I added live hydraulics, from a front mounter pump, and put 2 three inch dia cylinders, on my 3 pt, with down pressure, I can lift both back wheels clear of the ground, without damangeing my hitch. (Hard to pull a disc with your wheels in the air)

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old

07-27-2010 08:59:34




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 Re: 3 point for model B in reply to Peter Andersen, 07-27-2010 08:12:12  
3 points that are after market and cheap do not get along with each other. New ones as listed in a value built catalog are $667.98 plus shipping. Me when I want one I build it but yes I know not all people can do things like that. As for finding one close put ads in as many places as you can and then keep putting them there till something shows up. Craigs list is one place to post an ad. Also post one here and even on the radio if you have any of the sales programs in your area. Be ready to spend $200-700 for one depending on what it is

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Jeff Z.

07-27-2010 08:40:15




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 Re: 3 point for model B in reply to Peter Andersen, 07-27-2010 08:12:12  
Tonys Tractor for a new one.
They are not cheap.
Really great person to deal with before and after a sale.

$345.00 plus shipping.



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Jeff Z.

07-27-2010 09:14:35




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 Re: 3 point for model B in reply to Jeff Z., 07-27-2010 08:40:15  
I have looked at the $699.00 ones and the $345.00 ones and the $699.00 ones are not worth the money.

You will have to compare them for yourself.



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Jeff Z.

07-27-2010 09:17:20




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 Re: 3 point for model B in reply to Jeff Z., 07-27-2010 09:14:35  
The little bit of difference that I did like in the 699.00 one should raise the price of the 345.00 to 375.00.



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Jeff Z.

07-27-2010 09:19:11




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 Re: 3 point for model B in reply to Jeff Z., 07-27-2010 09:17:20  
I don't think they can justify the extra 300.00 dollars.



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Peter Andersen

08-02-2010 10:56:54




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 Re: 3 point for model B in reply to Jeff Z., 07-27-2010 09:19:11  
Thanks everone for the replies I'll see what I can do



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