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Model B 3 point hitch

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Allis C

11-08-1998 08:33:54




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Would like hear from anyone who has installed a 3 point hitch on their Model B.
I am considering installing 1 on my B. Wouild you do it again?




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ed kiburis

11-13-1998 16:55:19




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 Re: Model B 3 point hitch in reply to Allis C, 11-08-1998 08:33:54  
I installed an after market 3 point on my 1948 C model. I bought a 4 foot Woods Rotary Cutter. It's about 400 to 500 lbs. It lifts it easily. If I knew it would lift so well I would have bought at least a 5 ft or maybe a 6 footer. I also use a 6 foot box scraper, again I think about 500 lbs. It works great. It was a snap to install. Everything fit perfectly. Purchased from Don & Carol Van Eaton; C & D Equipment; Butler, MO; 660/679/4762, 660/679/4754. Great people to work with. I don't know how I lived without a 3 point.

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Jeff

11-09-1998 19:23:45




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 Re: Model B 3 point hitch in reply to Allis C, 11-08-1998 08:33:54  
We have them
: Would like hear from anyone who has installed a 3 point hitch on their Model B.
: I am considering installing 1 on my B. Wouild you do it again?



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Dave Straka

11-08-1998 16:53:08




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 Re: Model B 3 point hitch in reply to Allis C, 11-08-1998 08:33:54  
: Would like hear from anyone who has installed a 3 point hitch on their Model B.
: I am considering installing 1 on my B. Wouild you do it again?

Yes, I would install one again. You have to remember, I use my tractor. It mows and it moves snow for me. Plus misc. other things. Mine is a "working" tractor. There are many others who just "show" their tractor, and that's fine. A 3pt. makes it so much more
functional. There are limitation to the hitch also. A Ford 3pt will pick up about 750lbs. I think mine will max out at about 500lbs. If you want to pick up 1000lb bales of hay, it might be difficult. I've picked up a 3pt scoop with my brother in it for weight purposes, and it was tough for the old girl. The scoop weights about 200lb and my brother about 250lb.

If you have any other question, let me know.

Dave

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