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Farmall C drawbar?

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Dick Davis

07-23-2002 02:44:07

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Did C's come with a "U" shaped drawbar like the H's or was it an option? Saw a C for sale that only had what I would call a short throw swinging drawbar - looked a lot like a John Deere style. Appreciate any information. Dick

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07-23-2002 03:57:56

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 Re: Farmall C drawbar? in reply to Dick Davis, 07-23-2002 02:44:07  
The one you saw is what the c & sc came out with. The only other option I am aware of is the 2point fast hitch.

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Murray Dunn

07-23-2002 05:42:02

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 Re: Re: Farmall C drawbar? in reply to REM Mo., 07-23-2002 03:57:56  
Some fitted the C and SC with an H drawbar for mounting a model 25 or 27 semi mounted mower.

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Dick Davis

07-23-2002 15:01:44

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 Re: Re: Re: Farmall C drawbar? in reply to Murray Dunn, 07-23-2002 05:42:02  
Dad bought a Super C after I left home and I'm pretty sure I saw a U shaped drawbar mounting frame in his shed. It was for the C because it had a new paint job (Dad's stuff seldom did) and the frame verticals were shaped to fit the hexigon axle not straight like an H. Hummm??

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