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3 point hitch D17

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Jeff Long

09-27-2002 21:15:51




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I own a 1959 D-17 that is missing the 3 point. I am good at fabrication and was wondering if anyone out there has plans for building a 3 point hitch that retains drawbar and allows continued use of snap coupler and traction boost. I know they make aftermarket hitches but would prefer to build my own if I could find plans. Thank you.




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Chad Long

09-30-2002 05:58:47




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 Re: 3 point hitch D17 in reply to Jeff Long, 09-27-2002 21:15:51  
I also have a WD with a 3-point. It has a snap coupler hitch and I used the drawbar as the attachment point for the arms. I built it myself and it works great. I could take some snap shots of it for you.



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Rogerf

09-28-2002 12:10:29




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 Re: 3 point hitch D17 in reply to Jeff Long, 09-27-2002 21:15:51  
I have an aftermarket 3pt. on my WD. If you can't find plans I'd be happy to take measurements off mine & send your way. I had to beef mine up as I push snow backwards with a rear blade, but works fine now. Before it would let blade roll under when I hit edge of concrete or something else hard.

Roger, in Iowa



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