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C cultivator clamps and 3 point adaptor

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10-24-2000 07:14:21

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Does anyone know if the cultivator clamps on a C have an offset up or down based on turning them over one direction or the other? I purchased a 3 point adaptor like the one in the link below and it is interfering with my factory drawbar and manufacturer says it should not and my cultivator clamps it mounts to may need turned over to allow it to clear. My tractor is a distance away and I can't recall any offset up or down. All I know is they have been on tractor many years like this. Anyone have experience with one of these hitches? I will not be too happy if I must lose the factory drawbar to use this. Thanks, FC

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10-24-2000 10:44:57

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 Re: C cultivator clamps and 3 point adaptor in reply to FC, 10-24-2000 07:14:21  
...forgot to mention that on my other C the drawbar has the mounting bracked, that bolts to the rearend casting, raised to the highest holes so that the 3 pt unit clears the standard drawbar. Hope yours comes out the same as loosing the use of the standard drawbar isn't helpful.. harvey

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10-24-2000 10:56:16

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 Re: Re: C cultivator clamps and 3 point adaptor in reply to another thing, 10-24-2000 10:44:57  
This might be of help also, as I didn't realize that the drawbar bracket was adjustable. Many thanks.

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10-24-2000 10:37:59

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 Re: C cultivator clamps and 3 point adaptor in reply to FC, 10-24-2000 07:14:21  
Hello FC:.. I just walked out to mine and if I read your question right, yes there is an offset down. The cultivator cross arm attaches below the center of the axel. If that bracket is flipped over, the attaching crossarm would be above the axel centerline maybe 2 and half inches. I hope this is what you are refering to? Ask again if needed. harvey

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10-24-2000 10:49:56

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 Re: Re: C cultivator clamps and 3 point adaptor in reply to H MN, 10-24-2000 10:37:59  
This might be the problem. I don't recall how my clamps are oriented, but I need to either raise or lower (probably lower) the 3 point to clear the lower cross bar with my drawbar. I currently have drawbar removed and the 3 point cross bar is touching the support for the swinging drawbar mounted to belly. One other solution would be for me to drill new holes to drop entire hitch by height of drawbar assy., but I would rather not. Thanks, FC

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10-25-2000 16:32:52

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 Re: Re: Re: C cultivator clamps and 3 point adaptor in reply to FC, 10-24-2000 10:49:56  
FC, I am looking where to purchase a 3 point hitch for my Super "C". Could you send me the address, email, or phone number to call. Thanks, ME Gray

P.S. Hope you get your probem resolved and if you don't, reply back and I'll go to the barn and see how mine is oriented now.

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