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Aftermarket 3 point hitch

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ESKAY

07-17-2011 05:19:06




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I"m considering buying a WD 45 is anyone familar with aftermarket 3 point hitches ? how do they work ? etc..? Also anything I should look for in particular about this tractor? Thanks, ESKAY




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dkattau

07-17-2011 15:43:39




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 Re: Aftermarket 3 point hitch in reply to ESKAY, 07-17-2011 05:19:06  
Allis made a conversion of their own. It was the wishbone style that hitches to the snap coupler. Only trouble, couldn't use it with pto equip. cause the center link hooks to the swaybar on the wishbone. Pto shaft would hit it. I've got an aftermarket style similar to it on my CA. Comes off really easy so I can hook up to a snap coupler plow. If you're just going to do 3pt and drawbar work with it, the style that bolts to the drawbar may be the way to go. I paid $375 for mine, that included shipping.

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BushogPapa

07-17-2011 11:20:13




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 Re: Aftermarket 3 point hitch in reply to ESKAY, 07-17-2011 05:19:06  
I very much prefer the 3-Point conversion that snaps into the original snap-couple (on a WD-45).. It keeps the Traction Booster functional...

Ron



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old

07-17-2011 09:20:50




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 Re: Aftermarket 3 point hitch in reply to ESKAY, 07-17-2011 05:19:06  
I build my own 3 points for them. Not all that hard to do and I keep the factory draw bar set up. I simple use a set of 3 point arms like used on fords and a cross bar that bolts to the factory draw bar for the forward pivot and then a set of adjustable rams to the snap couple area. Hard to really explain and but all that hard to set up



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BDT in Minnesota

07-17-2011 08:20:09




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 Re: Aftermarket 3 point hitch in reply to ESKAY, 07-17-2011 05:19:06  
There are several designs of three-point hitch conversion kits that work well on a WD45. One thing for sure; I would keep the original swinging drawbar on the tractor. This site, for one, offers conversion kits.. Look them all over; I sure others will offer more words of "advice-wisdom" from their experiences.



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ESKAY

07-17-2011 19:13:04




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 Re: Aftermarket 3 point hitch in reply to BDT in Minnesota, 07-17-2011 08:20:09  
Thank you all for your input. I will mostly mowing with this tractor so I"ll be looking for an after market 3 point conversion. By the way I bought the tractor she"s a real beaut.



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