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3 pt. for WD-6

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07-20-2001 08:28:56

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I was wondering if anybody knew of a way to mount a 3 point setup on a WD-6. If it is possible, where could I get one or could I use one from another tractor. My family has an old WD and I would like to put a blade on it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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07-20-2001 09:22:13

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 Re: 3 pt. for WD-6 in reply to Bryan, 07-20-2001 08:28:56  
Bryan, I can't help you but would you help me?
How did you get hydralics on your WD? Or don't you have hydralics yet? I have a WD-9 that would be nice to have hydralics. I know the Super series had it added, the pump was behind the magneto, but I don't know if one can add it to the older series. Thank you.

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07-23-2001 06:30:23

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 Re: Re: 3 pt. for WD-6 in reply to Rich, 07-20-2001 09:22:13  
Rich, I haven't dug that far into it yet but I can say, I do belevie it is possible to add hydraulics. I have seen a couple for sale with loaders on them on the internet and around my area. After reading some of the old posts on this site, I've determined a 3 pt. would be almost impossible so I am just going to leave it at that. Sorry that I wasn't much help.

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07-23-2001 08:41:03

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 Re: Re: Re: 3 pt. for WD-6 in reply to Bryan , 07-23-2001 06:30:23  
It is quite possible that those loaders had their own hydraulic system that was driven from the tractor's PTO. Old Farmhand loaders were all that way.

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