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06-03-2014 16:04:00

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hello i just bought a 1030 and would like to put a 3 piont on it it has the top bracket as some did and i am in canada i know many us models came with a 3 piont is it possible that wrekers in the us may have the parts or does anyone know of a jobber that makes a 3 piont for the 1030 thanks. or if anyone has plans i have extra cylinders but unsure how to make and mout the arms

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06-04-2014 17:19:38

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 Re: 3 point in reply to sundancenw13, 06-03-2014 16:04:00  
Hi sundancenw13, I went through the exercise of fitting 3point linkage to my 931 last year, and it works very well. I got my main linkage unit off an 830 tractor and everything fitted across except for the control levers which were different because of the rear fuel tank. If you are looking for a donor unit, a 930 would be the obvious choice. You have to make sure that you have the recesses in the fuel tank to allow the linkage to go up high enough. It took me about a day to swap over the top unit then another day to modify the drawbar as the wide drawbar has to be either swapped or modified to fit the linkage arms and buffer blocks in place. The top link that you have is not the normal one to use for a lot of implements as there is another lower one which gives a more parallel lift. I actually used a drawbar off a 1030 on my 930 but I had to shorten the bar by about an inch. Good luck with it - Kav

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06-03-2014 20:04:43

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 Re: 3 point in reply to sundancenw13, 06-03-2014 16:04:00  
I do have a parts manual for sale if interested for your nice 1030. jc marleau

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