ATV 3 point hitch plow and disc system
My homemade 3- point hitch setup using a winch for powering the down force.
1 st. video was the ripper taking out tree roots.That was the very first
vidoe I made.
2nd video is with all the modificatons I have made over the years.I was
working in some lime for a food plot.
3 ed video I was using just the ripper blade in some hard ground.If you
look close you can see we have a a lot of rock in this field .
4 th video fresh cut field .we were putting in a new food plot.
5 &6 th video some close up shots
I wanted something compact , work on my Kodiak 450, and use my winch to
If there is enough interest in how I made this attachment and what I hade
to overcome during the build .I may make up a set of how to video's and
drawings for this attachment.
Homemade Case 222 Three point hitch
Sorry for the clutter in my little shop but I was asked to do a video on my
3pt that I made for my little Case tractor so here you go! Tell me what you
guys think. Heres a link to a thread I made while I was in the process of
making the hitch. http://www.mytractorforum.com/showthread.php?t=236126
Home made lawn garden tractor cultivators drags 3pt hitch equipment
These are some home made cultivators I've accumulated over the years. First
is built to work behind a tube frame Bolens lawn tractor. Uses the same
lift bar as a roto tiller or other rear mounted Bolens tools. Second is an
old horse drawn spike harrow with the handles removed and a 3pt hitch
fabricated on the front. Works well behind a Sears garden tractor with the
3pt hitch. Third is a cultivator that might be for the slot hitch of a
Wheel Horse garden tractor. Not positive on that one. I have a set of depth
wheels from a tiller laying against the rear. I'll be welding up a bracket
to hold them and to adjust the depth. Last is a home made 3pt hitch spike
drag. It's made from heavy angle iron with a bunch of heavy bolts welded to
John Deere 318 garden tractor with rear hydraulics
I installed rear hydraulics on my 318 with quick connectors under the seat
pan. Then I customized my cat 0 scrape blade to turn side to side so I
wouldn't have to keep getting off the tractor to set the blade.I also made
the 3 point where it would have down pressure. A lot of work and $ for such
a simple operation. I'm building a hydraulic dump trailer next.
Hitch 'N Plow™ 3-pt Hitch Adapter for SUV's, ATV's, & UTV's.
Patented 3-point hitch adapter that allows the attachment of category 1
farm implements such as grader blades, box blades or landscape rakes to a
truck, SUV, ATV or UTV. Why buy a compact tractor when all you need is a
Hitch 'N Plow. The adapter has been licensed to Swisher Inc
(www.swisherinc.com) and is being manufactured and sold under Swisher part
#14007 (adapter assy w/o winch). I have a listing on EBAY for the complete
assembly with winch for $250 and without winch for $150. Just search
"Hitch 'N Plow" on ebay. Category 1 farm implements can be purchased from
TSC or other local farm supply stores. A 6' blade sells for about $250 so
for about $500 you have a low cost snow plow that works great. Some
implements won't work such as Land Pride blades because their base is too
large and won't allow it to pivot without contacting the adapter so check
the clearance before purchasing a blade. Also don't use with blades that
weight more than 500lbs. Not designed to be used in reverse (to push
snow) because if it bites into the ground it can overload the winch cable
causing damage to the Hitch 'N Plow or vehicle. Email me if you have any
other questions: email@example.com.
Kolpin 3-Point Hitch System
Trick Your ATV or Utility Vehicle Into Thinking It's a Tractor With the
Kolpin® DirtWorks™ System. No matter what the project or task, the
Kolpin® DirtWorks™ 3-Point Hitch System will transform your ATV or UTV
into a workhorse tractor. The easy-to-mount system requires a 2" receiver
hitch and the Electric Actuating System not only offers adjustable lift,
but provides incredible downforce for the toughest jobs. One pull of a pin
and you can go from working the back forty to enjoying a forty mile trail
ride. Nice Trick.