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1946 Farmall a rear hitch
|Farmall A||I am looking to purchase a 1946 Farmall A. The owner stated this concerning what's there in the rear: "There has been a three point started it may need adjusted to work and maybe some welding and a lift I just have too many tractors is why I have not messed with it".
What I would like to do with the tractor is to pull a brush hog with it using the pto, and use a rear blade attached to the hitch for some chores around our place. It doesn't have any hydrolics currently. The owner said I would have to put on a pump and cylinder to be able to raise and lower it. Cost is key with me. I would like to be able to get this usable as cheaply as possible. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
|Leon||My suggestion, pass on this tractor. It doesn't sound like it will do what you want it to. If the engine block doesn't have a hole for an hydraulic pump then the only other place to put one is on the PTO. Better to find a tractor with hydraulics already on it. In my opinion.
|rich4||A Super A started with hydraulics I believe. Anything before that is limited. Even with a Super A it would be somewhat of a chore to put a 3pt hitch on it.
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