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Allis Chalmers B 3-point hitch

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Jim Hartman

04-25-2002 09:18:32

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I recently bought an Allis-Chalmers B and would like to get a 3-pt hitch setup for it. I was told, however, that the aftermarket setups won't handle implements such as a post hole digger. Is there any truth to this? I'd like to be able to use any 3-point equipment, but if the aftermarket hitches can't handle the implements, there is no point in getting one. Please reply with your thoughts.

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04-29-2002 17:32:17

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 Re: Allis Chalmers B 3-point hitch in reply to Jim Hartman, 04-25-2002 09:18:32  
I speak from experience. Post hole diggers are hard on pto's, regardless of tractor brand. Especially in soil with rocks and/or roots. Don't do this to your B. Go rent a hydraulically-driven unit from a rental company!

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04-25-2002 09:42:22

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 Re: Allis Chalmers B 3-point hitch in reply to Jim Hartman, 04-25-2002 09:18:32  
I have a worksave on my 45 b. I don't know about a posthole digger, don't have one. It handles 500lbs on a carry all, but you'll need weight on the front of the tractor. I also have a scoop, 6ft back blade and a boom pole. A 3pt makes the b a very useful tractor.

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04-25-2002 10:53:45

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 Re: Re: Allis Chalmers B 3-point hitch in reply to JohnF, 04-25-2002 09:42:22  
I have reciently bulit my own 3 point hitch for my b. lifting is not going to be a problem for you. my B will lift the front of the tractor at about 400 lb. I think you might want to be sure that the pto will handle the post hole digger without stalling out.

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