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bryan strob

05-26-2009 15:30:08

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Im tring to find out if my 48 dc had a 3 point hitch went to case they didnt seem to know in the picks on there computer the back of the tractor didnt show a bracket but if you look at the pics of the implements the show a third arm does anyone know i would like to hook a brush hog to it to mow my field thanks

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C. Amick

05-26-2009 17:55:15

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 Re: 48 case dc in reply to bryan strob, 05-26-2009 15:30:08  
It has a hydraulic lift, right. It should be what is called a "lifting bail". You can fabricate lifting arms and pin them to the lifting bail. You will have to take the seat off and bolt a beam under it to support the middle arm. I can send a sketch, if interested.

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bryan strob

05-28-2009 15:46:09

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 Re: 48 case dc in reply to C. Amick, 05-26-2009 17:55:15  
yes interested in seeing a drawing pic if u have one

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C. Amick

05-29-2009 06:16:25

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 Re: 48 case dc in reply to bryan strob, 05-28-2009 15:46:09  
Send me an email and I will attach the sketch to my reply.

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Glenn F.

05-27-2009 05:37:15

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 Re: 48 case dc in reply to C. Amick, 05-26-2009 17:55:15  
First DC with hydraulics = 1949.

Glenn F.

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05-26-2009 16:07:19

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 Re: 48 case dc in reply to bryan strob, 05-26-2009 15:30:08  
The eagle hitch wasn't added to the SC and DC until the fifties. The 48 DC has a two point lift called for lack of a better name a cultivator lift. I know there are some intovative guys on this board who have modified the lifts for various implements and hopefully some will chime in.

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bryan strob

05-28-2009 15:49:38

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 Re: 48 case dc in reply to J.D.H., 05-26-2009 16:07:19  
would the hitch i have have a short u shaped bar very rugged

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