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10-29-2018 00:16:03

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Hi, new here. I just bought and picked up my 'new to me' 460 yesterday. (Saturday).

She has a Freeman loader on her and seems to run well. Starts right up. I know enough to know that I don't know much, but enough to get myself in trouble....I have some questions and no manual. So....on the left of the three point, on the drivers side, there is a lever that appears to be part of the three point but I have no idea what it's for, as the 3pt lever is to the right of the dash.....can anyone help?

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10-29-2018 23:34:01

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 Re: Farmall 460 in reply to Ponyrider, 10-29-2018 00:16:03  
Used Red MN; from that diagram, I believe that's it....that's kind of what I thought too...

It's not the TA-I know that for sure from the seller. I just noticed this after I got it home and unloaded.

I will be ordering a manual for it for sure.
Thank you all for your help! :)

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10-29-2018 21:31:16

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 Re: Farmall 460 in reply to Ponyrider, 10-29-2018 00:16:03  
Pony rider welcome to YT. If this is what you are talking in the attached diagram it is the traction control. Never worked the best.

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10-29-2018 05:01:41

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 Re: Farmall 460 in reply to Ponyrider, 10-29-2018 00:16:03  
Do a search for BINDERS BOOKS, and order an Operators Manual, might want to get a parts book too, and a repair manual.

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Mark (EC,IN)

10-29-2018 04:55:12

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 Re: Farmall 460 in reply to Ponyrider, 10-29-2018 00:16:03  
If you are talking about a short handle that moves up and down ......that is mounted a few inches above the floorboard.....and you would reach straight down from the left side of the seat to reach.....It's a traction control lever.....helps control wheel slippage.

If you are talking about a leaver a little farther forward about knee high ..........It's a TA......a shift on the go option.

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CenTex Farmall

10-29-2018 04:44:25

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 Re: Farmall 460 in reply to Ponyrider, 10-29-2018 00:16:03  
Sounds like you're describing the TA lever.

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