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560 lift capacity

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02-04-2016 07:07:09

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I like to know roughly what the 3pt on a Farmall 560 could lift.

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MN Mike

02-04-2016 08:11:53

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 Re: 560 lift capacity in reply to garr806, 02-04-2016 07:07:09  
no real numbers here but it depends on how far the object to be lifted is behind the tractor. the farther it is back from the lift point the less lift force you have. up close, it'll have enough lift to pick up the front of the tractor if everything is in good working order which should be in excess of 3000 lbs. be careful though if you are trying to max it out. uphill and uneven ground add more forces to the equation.

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02-04-2016 08:49:10

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 Re: 560 lift capacity in reply to MN Mike, 02-04-2016 08:11:53  
Ok thanks! I wanted to see about getting snowblower to put on the tractor but wanted to do some research before I bought one.

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02-05-2016 06:07:01

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 Re: 560 lift capacity in reply to garr806, 02-04-2016 08:49:10  
third party image

6 ft. on a 560.

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