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Bob Farmer

04-01-2002 10:47:14




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I have a 1939 WC it has a front bucket with the gravity trip. I would like to install a 3 point hitch for a blade on the back. Has anyone installed one of these? If so where did you get the system?

Thanks Bob




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markp

04-12-2002 10:10:26




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 Re: 3 point in reply to Bob Farmer, 04-01-2002 10:47:14  
I spent less than 70 dollars on my 3 point hitch. if you can weld or know someone who can you can get a good working three point hitch really inexpensively.



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steve

04-01-2002 19:29:15




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 Re: 3 point in reply to Bob Farmer, 04-01-2002 10:47:14  
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i made my own, but you can get some ideas from C&D



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