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Tom Seel

03-18-2002 16:16:17




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I have recently bought a AC WD and am real new to the tractor buisiness. How hard is it to attach modern 3 point implements on one? They seem to be missing the top link.




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Ron

03-19-2002 06:08:46




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 Re: ALLIS-CHAMERS 3PT in reply to Tom Seel, 03-18-2002 16:16:17  
Mine is an aftermarket unit that works very well.... It just snaps in place of the drawbar, and the original "Bail" is used to control "Swing"... It came from "Tri-Green", London, Ohio. Rt. 42, just North of I-70. About $200.oo Phone # 614-879-7731 614-879-7732

They have an awsume amount of equipment for sale.



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Gary

03-19-2002 04:37:20




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 Re: ALLIS-CHAMERS 3PT in reply to Tom Seel, 03-18-2002 16:16:17  
Tom,

If you search the archives you will find a few different places to buy a conversion kit to convert your tractor hitch from an AC snap coupler to a 3 pt.

I've seen a few of these, and all that I've seen seem to work pretty well. The biggest thing that you pay for seems to be sway (amt of left-right swing) control. You get what you pay for.

Good luck,
Gary



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Don Bihn

03-18-2002 18:10:44




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 Re: ALLIS-CHAMERS 3PT in reply to Tom Seel, 03-18-2002 16:16:17  
It's not difficult if your AC WD or WD45 has the factory snap-coupler system. There is a little welding and fabricating involved. I made my own top link mount and welded it on the arm that the snap-coupler arms are on. I have heard there is a factory conversion available.



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Don Bihn

03-18-2002 18:08:21




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 Re: ALLIS-CHAMERS 3PT in reply to Tom Seel, 03-18-2002 16:16:17  
It's not difficult if your AC WD or WD45 has the factory snap-coupler system. There is a little welding and fabricating involved. I made my own top link mount and welded it on the arm that the snap-coupler arms are on. I have heard there is a factory conversion available.



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Bryan Smith

03-19-2002 05:28:18




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 Re: Re: ALLIS-CHAMERS 3PT in reply to Don Bihn, 03-18-2002 18:08:21  
If you look at my serial number location image for the WD/WD45 it inadvertantly shows a factory top link connection. That might give you some ideas. Link below - just look under "AC Tractor Serial Number Locations."



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Tom Seel

03-19-2002 15:12:38




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 Re: Re: Re: ALLIS-CHAMERS 3PT in reply to Bryan Smith, 03-19-2002 05:28:18  
Thanks Bryan, your picture was very helpful. At least I know where to start. Looks like an easy fix. Your help is appreciated!



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