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D14 Draw Bar

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JW (NC)

04-13-2002 16:30:05




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The draw bar that came with the D14 I bought last month is what I think they call a retractable draw bar because it does not have a snap hook on it but has two bolts that attach to the rear housing and the bar can be position and held in place by a pin. My question is, is there a limit to how much of a load I can pull using this type instead of using a draw bar that snaps into snap coupling underneath the tractor? Is there a danger of damaging the rear housing?

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Farmer Brown

04-15-2002 19:17:19




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 Re: D14 Draw Bar in reply to JW (NC), 04-13-2002 16:30:05  
Never heard of what you are describing. I suspect it is not an approved Allis hitch, or maybe you just have the bail that is used to hold the regular drawbar up. It doesn't latch into the snap coupler bell?
Yikes ! If it is not the proper height (level with snap coupler bell) , you could be in danger of tipping over backwards, if the hitch is too high. Suggest you obtain the real normal thing from a used tractor salvage place.

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