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  1. #21
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    Default Re: 3 pt multi purpose bar

    Quote Originally Posted by Stan in TX View Post
    I think this might work

    Now some grinding and paint

    A good start. Best to complete the box tho - by closing the "c" with a plate from the main box tube out to near the pin. Open sections twist rather easily.
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    Default Re: 3 pt multi purpose bar

    Just curious if youve got a thought on how to keep it from rising up? On the one I made, I use a chain that attaches to the lower fixed draw bar, and have a grab hook welded to the 'attachment' so its adjustatble.Then when I set the hight of the hitch U put the chain over the grab hook and ever so slightly raise the hitch to put tension onto the chain. It makes for a sturdy hitch. Other wise the attachment can raise up at will.
    BTW Great looking job

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    Default Re: 3 pt multi purpose bar

    Nice build, I built something very similar, hooks and hitch, comes in VERY handy.

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    Default Re: 3 pt multi purpose bar

    Quote Originally Posted by Stan in TX View Post
    Had someone else tell me to run a brace from the top by the gooseneck hitch to where the it connected to the bottom links? Thoughts

    I added some angle braces to mine. Does it really need it?? Don't know, but it surely can't hurt!


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    Default Re: 3 pt multi purpose bar

    Well I was able to try it this weekend. Worked pretty darn good for moving a pretty big log.






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    Default Re: 3 pt multi purpose bar

    awesome I still need to build myself one.

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