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2 point switch to 3 point

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Rick Firari

04-28-2002 08:26:13

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Can a person take and switch over a two point to a three point on a 450?

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04-28-2002 18:02:21

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 Re: 2 point switch to 3 point in reply to Rick Firari, 04-28-2002 08:26:13  
There are lots of adapters out there. Since the lower arms do NOT have sideways movement it is much easier to get the adpater for three point equipment to 2 point, instead of trying to make the tractor 3 point. These work really well.

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Hugh MacKay

04-28-2002 10:05:18

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 Re: 2 point switch to 3 point in reply to Rick Firari, 04-28-2002 08:26:13  
I have seen two different types of these. I had one for a Farmall 300, consisted of two forks each with ball on end for lower links. The upper link consisted of a couple of U type straps went around rockshaft and bolted to a square tubing, which top link fastened to. My brother has one on a 230 which is one piece. Two forks with U shaped notches at end of each. An A frame goes up from the two forks for hooking implement where top link normally hooks. His operates much like quick hitches seen on many new and larger tractors, in that he can back in with links below pins on implements and just lift. It has latches to lock implement in place. I have seen also a few locally fabricated set ups, that work well.

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04-28-2002 18:11:15

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 Re: Re: 2 point switch to 3 point in reply to Hugh MacKay, 04-28-2002 10:05:18  
the second type mentioned in the above article is the best type.I have both and like the one made in one piece much better.call steelwheel ranch--they had both types but the one piece ones will be used since they don'tmake them anymore--the number is 785 548 7437.

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Hugh MacKay

04-28-2002 18:57:06

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 Re: Re: Re: 2 point switch to 3 point in reply to jimbo, 04-28-2002 18:11:15  
In recent years I always thought if I wanted another one, I would fabricate it using one of the quick hitch adapters they have for 3 point hitches. I am out of farming, just have a collection of offset Farmalls, most with One point fast hitch. I have an adapter made for one point hitch to three point. I have a hook at top hooks top link pin on implement and bottom pins each come into a < with a latch on it. works well for sprayer, pallet forks,etc. Don't think it would work on a plow. I have a plow, disk, field cultivator, row cultivator, rotary hoe and platform carier for 1 point fast hitch.

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