You know the song and dance; bought a '54 WD-45 and as you know, they were made without a 3 pt hitch. Any leads/suggestions on where to get one? Should I go for one that is custom-made for an Allis or a "one size fits all" from someplace like TSC? This is a worker and I'm not overly concerned with looks.... just function. Thanks in advance, Bill (East of Indy)
Re: after market 3 pt. hitch for WD-45 in reply to Bill (East of Indy), 11-24-2003 18:53:44
Send me an e-mail and I can give you a phone number for a place that has them. But if your like me after you get a catalog from them you can use the pictures to make your self one, thats how my oliver 77 got one I saw a picture in that catalog
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