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Old Tractor’s Bolt-On Hitch Solid, Strong
“My Ford 9N tractor came with a 3-pt. hitch, but I wanted something more solid that I could use to pull trailers and other heavy equipment. So I built a ball hitch for it that bolts on around the pto shaft,” says Allan Isaac, Dawson Creek, British Columbia.
  Isaac drew plans for the hitch on his computer, then used a CNC plasma machine to cut the bracket out of 1/4-in. thick steel. It extends back 18 in. and installs with 4 bolts into a casting that was already on the tractor. The ball hitch bolts into a hole on back of the bracket.  
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Allan Isaac, 4031 Old Alaska Hwy., Peace River Regional District, Dawson Creek, B.C. Canada V1G0J4 (ph 250 794-1416; adisaac@telus.net).



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2018 - Volume #42, Issue #6