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07-30-2013 14:05:28

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have a 611 that has a bunged up drawbar was wondering while waiting for a replacement if I put one of those 3 pt drawbar things on the Eagle hitch how that would hold up. I know I could rake with it but do you think it would hold up to a smaller plow or disc?

And does anyone know where there might be a decent drawbar for sale?
This post was edited by sammydwm at 14:05:48 07/30/13.

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John Saeli

07-30-2013 18:12:14

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 Re: hitch question in reply to sammydwm, 07-30-2013 14:05:28  
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This will hold up to all the tractor can handle.

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07-30-2013 15:28:59

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 Re: hitch question in reply to sammydwm, 07-30-2013 14:05:28  
Straight bar or heavy duty swing style?

Straight bar would not be hard for any good fab shop to make. Just remember the front hole was not round, but oval. Provided the space to allow the bar to lock on the rear quadrant when backing up.

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07-30-2013 15:29:57

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 Re: hitch question in reply to wwminc, 07-30-2013 15:28:59  
I could send measurements if you dont have a bar

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