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Who makes 3pt hitches for 48 H

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Farmallb

03-14-2016 14:29:54




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They used to be advertised in Tractor catalogs, but I cant find them now.




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river9072

03-15-2016 18:14:28




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 Re: Who makes 3pt hitches for 48 H in reply to Farmallb, 03-14-2016 14:29:54  
i was thinking 325,i can send pics if your interested.



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Farmallb

03-15-2016 19:53:05




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 Re: Who makes 3pt hitches for 48 H in reply to river9072, 03-15-2016 18:14:28  
Any way you can send me your name and Ph#



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ss55

03-15-2016 09:47:47




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 Re: Who makes 3pt hitches for 48 H in reply to Farmallb, 03-14-2016 14:29:54  
Saginaw County Tractor ( www.saginawcountytractor.com ) used to make nice 3 point hitches for older tractors. Maybe look for a used one?



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rustyfarmall

03-15-2016 07:19:11




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 Re: Who makes 3pt hitches for 48 H in reply to Farmallb, 03-14-2016 14:29:54  
By the time you accumulate all the steel and hydraulic cylinders to "do it yourself", $1,000 will look pretty cheap.



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AlinMO

03-15-2016 05:03:17




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 Re: Who makes 3pt hitches for 48 H in reply to Farmallb, 03-14-2016 14:29:54  
Try this link

http://www.tonystractors.com/ih3ph.htm



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river9072

03-15-2016 02:48:45




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 Re: Who makes 3pt hitches for 48 H in reply to Farmallb, 03-14-2016 14:29:54  
I have a real nice one,was on an m,but I think it would fit an h,not sure where your located,Im in nw IL.



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Farmallb

03-15-2016 10:08:26




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 Re: Who makes 3pt hitches for 48 H in reply to river9072, 03-15-2016 02:48:45  
Im in NE Okla. What would you want for it?



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fbh44

03-14-2016 18:33:31




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 Re: Who makes 3pt hitches for 48 H in reply to Farmallb, 03-14-2016 14:29:54  
I bought an economical 3-point many years ago and after plowing, I twisted / bent the 2" circular shaft. Had to have it taken apart and redone. I'd recommend a hardened steel alloy steel shaft of some sort.



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DeltaRed

03-14-2016 18:29:57




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 Re: Who makes 3pt hitches for 48 H in reply to Farmallb, 03-14-2016 14:29:54  
Just make your own. If you can weld/fabricate,no problem. Or get a buddy who can weld and 'draft' him for a weekend.Use top links for the 'leveling cranks',a chunk of 2" solid shaft for the rock shaft,pipe for the pivot 'bearings'. I made several 3 pts,from H to 560.For a couple hundred bucks(less if you use 'used' steel,useing your own cylinder) and sonme time/labor. Done deal.



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Farmallb

03-14-2016 19:40:19




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 Re: Who makes 3pt hitches for 48 H in reply to DeltaRed, 03-14-2016 18:29:57  
DR, I can weld good enough. BUT, I have no idea what a rock shaft is, OR where it goes,

Are what you call the pivot bearings, the inner and outer ends of the arms? I Only want to use it on a post hole digger.
Where does the cylinder mount at? I have a 2 way cylinder. I think it can be used one way. I thought about making it. Got on U tubes, but didn"t see anything.



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DeltaRed

03-14-2016 21:48:00




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 Re: Who makes 3pt hitches for 48 H in reply to Farmallb, 03-14-2016 19:40:19  
The 'rockshaft' is the big round shaft that pivots.It doesthe acctual work of lifting.Look up somr three points on the internet. You will get an idea of how they are made.



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Brendon-KS

03-14-2016 16:17:03




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 Re: Who makes 3pt hitches for 48 H in reply to Farmallb, 03-14-2016 14:29:54  
Worksaver makes one. On their website it is listed under "International Harvester Tractors" instead of under the "Farmall Tractor" menu.



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FastFarmall

03-14-2016 16:35:14




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 Re: Who makes 3pt hitches for 48 H in reply to Brendon-KS, 03-14-2016 16:17:03  
I think Steiners has them now!!



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Farmallb

03-14-2016 17:28:57




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 Re: Who makes 3pt hitches for 48 H in reply to FastFarmall, 03-14-2016 16:35:14  
Stieners does have them. OUCH, $1000. That aint happening.



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