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Allis CA 3- point conversion

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Darrel L. Stoen

10-12-2002 18:37:49




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Hello,
Can anyone tell me if their are plans available to build a 3- point for a CA? Or if not what if any is the best manufacture out there for such an item?
Thanks,
Darrel




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Eldon

10-12-2002 19:51:48




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 Re: Allis CA 3- point conversion in reply to Darrel L. Stoen, 10-12-2002 18:37:49  

You can make a fairly good conversion by replacing the drawbar bail pins (snap coupler CA) with class I 3pt implement pins (the ones with the threaded ends). Then attach replacement arms (8N Ford?) to them with some adjustable links from the arms to the lift arms. These parts are available at our Big R (Farm & Fleet etc.) store. Arms are red ($41 ea and links are blue ($28 ea). Then you just have to fabricate a top link mount to bolt above the pto using the holes around the shaft or buy one from the guys that sell conversions. You might want to hook some crossed chains to the arms and drawbar bail to eliminate sway. Total cost should be around $175 with very little work.

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DON MUELLER

10-15-2002 06:16:08




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 Re: Re: Allis CA 3- point conversion in reply to Eldon, 10-12-2002 19:51:48  
I PURCHASED ONE FROM DON VAN EATON ABUOT 3 YEARS AGO AND IT HAS BEEN ABSOLUTELY SUPREB ---HANDLES EVERY THING.



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Ira

10-12-2002 19:31:13




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 Re: Allis CA 3- point conversion in reply to Darrel L. Stoen, 10-12-2002 18:37:49  
Worksaver brand makes an excellant 3pt conversion kit!



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steve

10-12-2002 19:37:33




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 Re: Re: Allis CA 3- point conversion in reply to Ira, 10-12-2002 19:31:13  
C&D sells them also. type depends on of if you are adding to a tractor that has hydraulic and lift arms already, or to a plain tractor like B or C models. chekc below. http://members.tripod.com/CandD_hitches/products.htm



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