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New attachment for my 3pth

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Bruce from Can.

08-13-2019 10:13:20




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This hitch attachment cost me $300..00 CND. For the picture, I stuck a old ball in the hole on top where you could fasten a goose neck trailer. Has two holes, one with a broomstick in it, which will take bale spears if desired. And a square tube type receiver, like on the back of a truck, which you could put whatever type hitch needed for pulling
Though this might be interesting to some.

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cumminspuller

08-14-2019 05:45:45




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-13-2019 10:13:20  
Best thing ever invited for moving goosenecks around. I love the one I have. A lot easier and quicker than having to hook a truck to them and move.



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RobCons

08-13-2019 16:45:21




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-13-2019 10:13:20  
A word of caution on gooseneck trailers. They are typically fairly heavy on the tongue and will get the tractor's front really light in a hurry.



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olgentdc

08-13-2019 19:11:30




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to RobCons, 08-13-2019 16:45:21  
Thanks for the caution , I Agree ,,, However , For moving empties about the farm yard This could work ,CAREFULLY ,. But always be aware that hitch can ruin more than just a tailgate ,The goose neck hitch is pointed atthe poor drivers back , A FAST KILLER ..I do like the concept of a everything type of hitch tool..



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RobCons

08-13-2019 16:42:33




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-13-2019 10:13:20  
Made mine several years ago. Welded some clevis hooks on it for chain. Works great for dragging stuff. It stays on the tractor lots. In fact its on it now.



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grayrider

08-13-2019 15:32:06




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-13-2019 10:13:20  
Thatís neat having the option to add bale spears, I built my 3 point trailer mover years ago and can move bumper pull and gooseneck trailers with it. It comes in mighty handy when Iím mowing grass and need to move multiple trailers around, I keep my trailer mover hooked up to a dedicated tractor at all times, Iím fortunate to have enough tractors to do so...



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formerly ny bill

08-13-2019 14:38:33




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-13-2019 10:13:20  
even better than the one I bought a couple years ago. maybe I can put some tubes in mine for round bale spears.



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philip d

08-13-2019 13:16:32




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-13-2019 10:13:20  
Thatís pretty slick



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JD Seller

08-13-2019 11:41:05




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-13-2019 10:13:20  
You will find you use it all the time. I like the bale spears sockets too.


I have some of the steel rear quick hitches. I put the spear sockets in the top cross bar. That way I do not have to switch the quick hitch and bale spear when making hay. My Mow conditioner is a two point hitch model. I just remove the spears when mowing.



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bmack518n

08-13-2019 11:38:22




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-13-2019 10:13:20  
Looks like a well made unit. I could use one on my J/D 5203 for moving my flat bed and travel trailer around the property.



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SVcummins

08-13-2019 11:32:36




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-13-2019 10:13:20  
I like the bale spear idea I may have to do that to my round bale spear so I could also carry big square bales



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300jk

08-13-2019 11:31:31




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-13-2019 10:13:20  
Looks nice Bruce ! Sometimes just easier moving stuff with a tractor than a truck ! I'm sure you'll wonder how you were ever without it !



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rrman61

08-13-2019 11:24:25




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-13-2019 10:13:20  
Very nice,just watch it when turning short with a gooseneck trailer it might hit the tire/fenders



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Russ from MN

08-13-2019 11:06:48




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-13-2019 10:13:20  
I built this one when we first bought the JD, and if I were to do it again it would have a receiver like yours! I use it for moving trailers around, don't have to get off the tractor, and for skidding trees.



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stonerock

08-13-2019 10:47:38




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-13-2019 10:13:20  
made one years ago...very handy



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Grandpa love

08-13-2019 10:22:58




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-13-2019 10:13:20  
My wife bought me one almost like that. We use it all the time. Got it from Amazon... little under $200 handy tool!



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Mike M

08-13-2019 10:21:02




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-13-2019 10:13:20  
Is that broomstick for the wife to ride along ? LOL " sorry no offense meant I couldn't help myself "



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Geo-TH,In

08-13-2019 14:02:43




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Mike M, 08-13-2019 10:21:02  
Mike,
The broom stick is what's left of speaker's airplane. She was flying back at night to DC on Halloween during a storm when it crashed. She wasn't instrument rated and shouldn't have been flying. She walked away from the crash and didn't report the accident to the FAA.



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Bob Bancroft

08-13-2019 11:01:37




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Mike M, 08-13-2019 10:21:02  
Definitely not in this case. You aren't familiar with the big smile, printed dress, and a pie in each hand?



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Bruce from Can.

08-13-2019 10:38:28




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Mike M, 08-13-2019 10:21:02  
Used to belong to my mother in-law.



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flembo

08-13-2019 12:06:28




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-13-2019 10:38:28  
Careful! lol



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Bob Bancroft

08-13-2019 11:02:55




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-13-2019 10:38:28  
Need any parts for the spreader/tractor? Like PTO shafts?



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Bruce from Can.

08-13-2019 11:43:13




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bob Bancroft, 08-13-2019 11:02:55  
Still trying to save pto shaft today by filing bruises on splines, so shaft will once again slide together. Going to need to replace safety shield. Did another search for the pin that holds the draw bar to the tractor, but once again only found dirty boots for my trouble, going to have to come up with another. Tractors pto shaft seems undamaged .



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Lazy WP

08-13-2019 12:54:52




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Bruce from Can., 08-13-2019 11:43:13  
I am betting you lost the pin long before the drawbar came out.



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Centash

08-13-2019 14:36:03




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 Re: New attachment for my 3pth in reply to Lazy WP, 08-13-2019 12:54:52  
Yep....it will turn up in the forage harvester.....

Ben



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