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W. Lockwood

01-25-2004 14:03:34




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Can someone tell me how many horsepower the WD45 is and how do I get implements made for the 3 point hitch to work with the snap coupler??
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J

01-26-2004 13:06:15




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 Re: WD45 in reply to W. Lockwood, 01-25-2004 14:03:34  
I like the snap-coupler better than a 3-pt hitch.After the drawbar is removed hooking up is a breeze compared to a 3pt.



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wolfy

01-26-2004 12:39:51




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 Re: WD45 in reply to W. Lockwood, 01-25-2004 14:03:34  
The best 3-pt for a 45 is the AC brand snap-coupler 3-pt. Made tough, works good for traction booster and all; safe cause you unsnap it & put ASAE normal drawbar on when that is needed.



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JB

01-31-2004 11:53:46




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 Re: Re: WD45 in reply to wolfy, 01-26-2004 12:39:51  
wolfy,
where do you pick up 1 of the AC 3 pt. snap coupler converters and how much do they run approx?

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JB



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Rick

01-26-2004 07:40:43




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 Re: WD45 in reply to W. Lockwood, 01-25-2004 14:03:34  
WD45 gas--Max. Belt HP--43.21 and Max. Dbr. HP--37.84
WD45 Dist.--Max. Belt HP--33.01 and Max. Dbr. HP--29.49
WD45 LPG---Max. Belt HP--44.13 and Max. Dbr. HP--38.53
WD45 Dsl.--Max. Belt HP--43.29 and Max. Dbr. HP--39.50

Hope this helps. Rick



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old

01-25-2004 15:13:28




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 Re: WD45 in reply to W. Lockwood, 01-25-2004 14:03:34  
My neb test list says 34.60 HP



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wolfy

01-26-2004 12:36:10




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 Re: Re: WD45 in reply to old, 01-25-2004 15:13:28  
I think the 34 stuff is for a regular WD. WD-45's at Neb tests were near 44.



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old

01-26-2004 13:14:13




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 Re: Re: Re: WD45 in reply to wolfy, 01-26-2004 12:36:10  
Ya thats for a WD not a WD45 my list says 43.20 for the WD45 sorry



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bryan g in mo

01-25-2004 15:01:44




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 Re: WD45 in reply to W. Lockwood, 01-25-2004 14:03:34  
I think about 40hp the books seem to vary alittle on this. they make snap coupler to 3 point adaptors that work real well.



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george

01-25-2004 18:38:00




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 Re: Re: WD45 in reply to bryan g in mo, 01-25-2004 15:01:44  
I agree.



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