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3 point hitch for a b

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12-09-2002 09:10:09

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I am trying to build a 3 point for my B and am wondering if anyone out there has some basic specs on what I need. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Michael Draper

12-12-2002 18:36:51

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 Re: 3 point hitch for a b in reply to Tom, 12-09-2002 09:10:09  
I'm building a 3pt for my B. Go to the worksaver web sight, they have some very good photos that you can save and print. Using these, and some arms bought at tractor supply or where ever and some reasonably good quality steel-etc.; you should be able to build a very workable 3pt using the existing hydraulic cylinder-provided you can weld. Later on, I going to cook up a small loader, but I'll need to add a more modern hydraulic system than the factory job on my 47 model.

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12-09-2002 15:07:15

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 Re: 3 point hitch for a b in reply to Tom, 12-09-2002 09:10:09  
My old "C" had a belly mower and therefore there was a 4 inch channel section bolted between the finald drive housings were the U drawbar normally goes. THe channel supported a couple pulleys, etc. I welded two additional brackets onto this channel to attache the two lower pulling arms of the 3 point. Went to Farm King and bought two arms for 8N ford for $50. each with the swivel end sockets. I then made a straight shaft with bushing mount on each end, and two upper lift arms, all home made, and mounded it to the tractor seat frame rails, on the fender rear bolts. Two arms point straight backeward, and one downward. Mounted a CA cylinder on the 4 inch chanel below that pushed on the upper arm to "rock" the upper shaft. VEry heavy duty outfit. You can also look at an aftermarket unit thru several of the guys on this page. These are o.k., but $300-$450. I figure i built one for under $200. Look at the worksaver home page for some good pictures and prices.

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