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    Default Pintle Hitch For Draw Bar

    Just purchased dump wagon which runs on tractor hydraulic lines. The wagon has a pintle or military style hitch setup. I would like to find a pintle hitch that would just bolt or pin to the tractor draw bar. Do they exist? Anyone have a better idea?

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    Default Re: Pintle Hitch For Draw Bar

    By any chance do you have a trailor hitch you can bolt on your 3pt hitch draw bar? If you do you could go this way. Its kinda costly to get started. This is what ihave done. These are found at Portable Generators, Heaters, Power Tools, Welders | Northern Tool + Equipment. The last picture was from Trailer hitch, hitches and bike rack (800)298-8924
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    Default Re: Pintle Hitch For Draw Bar

    You could buy one with a square shank, drill holes, and bolt it to the drawbar.



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    Default Re: Pintle Hitch For Draw Bar

    The easiest thing to do is buy or build one of these. Or you can buy a receiver hitch like the pictures above and weld two bolts on the bottom to match the holes in your drawbar and bolt it on...

    Trailer Mover, For Tractor - No Receiver

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    Default Re: Pintle Hitch For Draw Bar

    Wagon rated for 5 tons. With all that weight on the back while dumping, the 3-point hook-up will raise. I need to be on the draw bar and strong. In a perfect world I would have a 2x2 hitch that would bolt or pin on. Does anyone know someone who makes that?

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    Default Re: Pintle Hitch For Draw Bar

    you could weld up a sleave out of 3/8" metal that would slide over your drawbar and pin in place and bolt a hitch on like jpm1 pictured.

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    Default Re: Pintle Hitch For Draw Bar

    An internet search turned up this one: agri speed hitch, wagon hitch, tractor hitch, automatic hitch, bergman, mfg. It sounds like the tractor end is what you are looking for, bolts to the drawbar with two bolts.

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    You could buy another drawbar and a reciever tube and weld it stright to the bar. A tube is only $20, an extra drawbar $???

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    Default Re: Pintle Hitch For Draw Bar

    What you want is something like this which allows you to open and close the hitch without leaving your seat (small black lever and cable). Very strong and cannot go up when the trailer unloads.
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    Default Re: Pintle Hitch For Draw Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by stickfarm View Post
    Wagon rated for 5 tons. With all that weight on the back while dumping, the 3-point hook-up will raise. I need to be on the draw bar and strong. In a perfect world I would have a 2x2 hitch that would bolt or pin on. Does anyone know someone who makes that?
    So go to a 2" receiver on your 3pth, but RAISE the hitch before you start to dump. Once its up, won't go any farther without lifting the tractor....

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