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TurbineJon

12-29-2020 13:19:22




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I am now the proud owner of a TED20 with front loader, the trector was in good condition but the loader has major leaks, all now fixed. I have a small topper which now runs on an upgraded PTO.
I would like to tow trailers with the tractor but am struggling to find a suitable towing assembly.

Can anyone please advise.




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Boss Hog

12-31-2020 04:28:55




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 Re: TED20 Towing in reply to TurbineJon, 12-29-2020 13:19:22  
For moving trailers around, I really like something like this:

https://www.palletforks.com/3-point/trailer-moving/heavy-duty-2-in-receiver-hitch-category-1-3-point-%E2%80%93-quick-hitch-compatible/191111.html?

It allows you to back up to a trailer and pick it up without using the jack. If you're moving it a short distance you never have to leave the tractor seat.



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Charles in Aus.

12-30-2020 19:58:19




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 Re: TED20 Towing in reply to TurbineJon, 12-29-2020 13:19:22  
A simple flat plate with towball attached to the under side of the transmission casing is all that's needed if you don't need hydraulic lift for your trailers . Any metal shop can knock one up quickly and economically.
The attachment points are already there , four blind UNC threaded holes usually full of dirt or even painted over, look for them just forward of the pto shaft.
Half inch plate and a tow ball will pull any trailer and at a low level so flipping the trailer backwards is out of the question .
Be very careful attaching whatever you choose , the casting at the bottom of the blind holes is very thin , too long a bolt will pop off the end and cause a massive transmission oil leak . The original fasteners were studs , threaded in UNC at the transmission end and UNC at the attachment side.
One of the most useful and convenient hitches is the Ferguson Auto Hitch , this allows you to engage a ring hitch trailer from the driver's seat and raise it to transport height for travel, then lower it to disengage once finished .

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Tom h.

12-30-2020 11:42:30




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 Re: TED20 Towing in reply to TurbineJon, 12-29-2020 13:19:22  
Have a look at these parts on eBay



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John Deere D

12-29-2020 14:07:30




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 Re: TED20 Towing in reply to TurbineJon, 12-29-2020 13:19:22  
Welcome to the "YT" group TurbineJon.......

I'm NOT familiar with the terminology "topper"

Pics are from a Parts Book.......

Bob...Owner TEA-20....MF 35

North Western Alberta Canada.......

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J Hamilton

12-29-2020 14:45:38




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 Re: TED20 Towing in reply to John Deere D, 12-29-2020 14:07:30  
I think what he's referring to as a "topper" is what we call a rotary cutter or "bush hog" on this side of the pond



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John Deere D

12-29-2020 21:15:22




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 Re: TED20 Towing in reply to J Hamilton, 12-29-2020 14:45:38  
Thank you "J Hamilton" .........

Indeed, I do use my TEA-20...2-N and or the MF 35 X or JD 520 to run a Topper.......

It's indeed a great day when one learns something new...............:)
Thanks..
Bob..



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