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Farmall 230 part 2

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Intergalactic Harvester

10-27-2018 19:04:43




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I have this style hitch on my tractor and the literature I have shows nothing on this style. I know is a 2 point fast hitch, it's just know its not the traction control with the handle down behind you on the left. I also have this bar on the right side that goes down to the hitch. Can anyone explain this for me?

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Lucid

10-29-2018 16:53:04




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 Re: Farmall 230 part 2 in reply to Intergalactic Harvester, 10-27-2018 19:04:43  
Posted an image before that had how to set the hitch. Check it out https://forums.yesterdaystractors.com/viewtopic.php?t=1110794&highlight=fasthitch+settings.



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wayne in mn

10-28-2018 18:47:05




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 Re: Farmall 230 part 2 in reply to Intergalactic Harvester, 10-27-2018 19:04:43  
The 203 my son has does not have that style hydraulic system. Are you sure it is not a 200 in fancy clothes??



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wayne in mn

10-28-2018 18:47:52




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 Re: Farmall 230 part 2 in reply to wayne in mn, 10-28-2018 18:47:05  
Meant 230 not 203!



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formerly ny bill

10-28-2018 17:55:50




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 Re: Farmall 230 part 2 in reply to Intergalactic Harvester, 10-27-2018 19:04:43  
someone added a fast hitch from a super c or a 200 to your 230. the 230 fh didn't use the tool box as part of the hitch. the rod on the right side extends out and hooks to the odd positioned holes on the touch control (one that has the hairpin showing in gab's pictures). that rod controls the depth when you are plowing, and in my opinion, is far superior to the traction control system you mentioned. I have plowed with both.

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gab

10-28-2018 12:21:48




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 Re: Farmall 230 part 2 in reply to Intergalactic Harvester, 10-27-2018 19:04:43  
Same as the hitch on my Super C, think bar on the right is called draft control and hooks to the Touch control arm, flat bar on left side tips hitch side to side. If you want down pressure on your hitch you need a pin in the bar behind tool box. third party image

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Intergalactic Harvester

10-29-2018 06:01:17




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 Re: Farmall 230 part 2 in reply to gab, 10-28-2018 12:21:48  
Looks like I'm missing the leveling link or the bar on the left hand side. Guess I need to locate one. Thank you everyone for your help. It's going to be a little chore tractor, clean up turn rows and cut drainage ditch around the farm. Maybe pull a trailer or two around and take to tractor pull. I was going to turn it into a 4 row cultivating tractor, but plan on taking on more acers and need something bigger. I can see the advantage you guys talked about with this hitch. Thanks again.

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gab

10-29-2018 09:18:55




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 Re: Farmall 230 part 2 in reply to Intergalactic Harvester, 10-29-2018 06:01:17  
Might be wrong but for some reason I think you could see either hitch on a 230 and by the looks of your tractor it doesn't look like it's been farmerized a bit.



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dewy

10-27-2018 19:52:07




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 Re: Farmall 230 part 2 in reply to Intergalactic Harvester, 10-27-2018 19:04:43  
that is your depth control...tilts hitch up and down.....dewy



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Intergalactic Harvester

10-28-2018 04:50:40




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 Re: Farmall 230 part 2 in reply to dewy, 10-27-2018 19:52:07  
Which hole does the pin go into at the end of the bar? There is the one it's in now and the one on the end.



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Janicholson

10-28-2018 11:47:56




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 Re: Farmall 230 part 2 in reply to Intergalactic Harvester, 10-28-2018 04:50:40  
One might be Best for a disk and the other for a moldboard plow. So there is no correct answer. TThe fast hitch is the smaller prong type. all implements and the drawbar that fit the tractor need to be the smaller (vertical) dimension). tools from 300 series on up will not attach. Jim



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