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140 3 point hitch

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Terry

04-18-2001 19:05:02




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I am looking for a place to purchase a 3 pt conversion kit for a 140 or plans on how to build one. Any retailors, websites, plans, or pictures would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!!




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Terry

04-19-2001 15:59:18




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 Re: 140 3 point hitch in reply to Terry, 04-18-2001 19:05:02  
Thanks for your help everyone! Would be hard to build one when you can buy it for that price!



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George Steele

04-19-2001 07:20:27




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 Re: 140 3 point hitch in reply to Terry, 04-18-2001 19:05:02  
Got mine from TSC and Worksaver. Real pleased with it and everything fit first time. I did put a 1 inch piece of galvanized well casing on the rod that links the rockshaft to the lift arm at the back of my 140. The factory rod is just not strong enough to handle a disc without flexing.



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Haas

04-19-2001 17:51:45




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 Re: Re: 140 3 point hitch in reply to George Steele, 04-19-2001 07:20:27  
I know you want to put down pressure on your disk. However, you will eventually end up bending your front rockshaft arm if you do not have some give in the system some place.



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Terry H

04-19-2001 06:29:47




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 Re: 140 3 point hitch in reply to Terry, 04-18-2001 19:05:02  
Just received this week a 3 point kit purchased for my Super A, the same model is listed for the 140. It is made by Worksaver, and purchased through my local TSC store. Will be installing it this weekend, and could take digital photos if you would want. The kit price was $335, plus $18 shipping. In my opinion well worth the price, and I do have access to metal working facilities, wouldn't have wasted my time trying to build what came in this kit.

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Haas

04-19-2001 04:51:37




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 Re: 140 3 point hitch in reply to Terry, 04-18-2001 19:05:02  
Your Case/IH dealer should be able to get you a 3 pt hitch for your 140. Or call CT Farm and country at 888 828 3276 The CT catalog no is 512046 at $349.99 if you do not have a fast hitch. If you have the fast hitch, it will be cheaper.



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