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Using a Snap Coupler Hitch

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Martin Miller

03-07-2004 16:20:14

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I have an Allis Chalmers D14 with a snap coupler lift system. It currently has a drawbar on it which is hooked to the snap coupler. How do I remove the drawbar and hook up my snap coupler plow?? Do I have to remove the drawbar and the support for it? Thanks in advance.

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Mark in MO

03-08-2004 11:37:15

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 Re: Using a Snap Coupler Hitch in reply to Martin Miller, 03-07-2004 16:20:14  
Martin, On the right side of the platform (under your right leg when your sitting on the tractor) there is a lever. Move the lever towards the right tire, that will open the hitch in the bell housing. I find that a crushed beer can will hold the lever open while you pull the drawbar out. I guess you could uas a Coke can, I never tried one of those HA! HA!. After the draw bar is out, just back up to the plow until you hear the hitch snap over the loop in the end of the plow, hook the two couplers up on the lift arms and your ready for a day of plowing. If you need help adjusting your plow, e-mail me and I'll help all I can. Good luck, be careful, and have fun.
Mark Hill

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