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300 utility tractors

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J. Schwiebert

02-13-2020 11:22:47




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were they available factory 3 point?




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dick s

02-14-2020 09:38:50




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 Re: 300 utility tractors in reply to J. Schwiebert, 02-13-2020 11:22:47  
The 300U typically came with a provision for a use of a toplink along with the IH fast hitch, making it somewhat of a hybrid system. The IH row-crop tractors of that era did not have a provision for a toplink, but it could be added (I've done so on my 450). By using fast hitch prongs plus a toplink, most 3-point implements can be used with a 300U.



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D Slater

02-13-2020 19:31:32




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 Re: 300 utility tractors in reply to J. Schwiebert, 02-13-2020 11:22:47  
IH offered a attachment called a industrial 3 point hitch for 340 and 460 internationals that could of ended up on a 300 U but don't think they were officially offered until 1959.



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ih560

02-13-2020 16:54:36




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 Re: 300 utility tractors in reply to J. Schwiebert, 02-13-2020 11:22:47  
The 300 and 350 utility had a fast hitch version of a 3 point. It actually used a top link for some fast hitch implements. This was only on the regular utility tractors though, the rowcrops and the 350 hi-utility did not have this.
Here is a picture of an IH plow for these tractors with the top link point shown.
I have a 300 utility and a 350 hi-utility I could take pictures of but it is dark outside right now.

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DeltaRed

02-13-2020 15:50:29




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 Re: 300 utility tractors in reply to J. Schwiebert, 02-13-2020 11:22:47  
No. not a 'true' 3 point. All that was available was a 2 point fast hitch. However,there were 'attatchments' that would 'convert' to a crude 3 point of sorts.Both factory and aftermarket were available.



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Sking

02-13-2020 15:44:29




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 Re: 300 utility tractors in reply to J. Schwiebert, 02-13-2020 11:22:47  
Well yes and no.On the 300U you had to use a toplink for the fast hitch plow.So in a sense made it a 3 point hitch.



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d rushlo

02-13-2020 13:20:51




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 Re: 300 utility tractors in reply to J. Schwiebert, 02-13-2020 11:22:47  
IH DIDNT HAVE 3POINTS BACK THEN .ALL WAS 2 POINT THREE POINTS CAME OUT ON O SIX SERIES TRACTORS.



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