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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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