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How hard would it be to fabricate this, stock IH, drawbar for one that will bolt up to a Super A?
Terry, shouldn't be too hard, but you'd need a machine shop with a big press for those bends....looks like half inch stock.
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Do a "stack-N-lap" and no machine bending involved, just weld the stacks together !(make sure holes and plates line up before welding) ---Been there done that! thanks; sonny
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Terry, You and Christine need to ride over my way and we can probably fix you up with an original IH Super A drawbar. I will be back home on February 3rd.
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SONNY wrote:Do a "stack-N-lap" and no machine bending involved, just weld the stacks together !(make sure holes and plates line up before welding) ---Been there done that!
I agree, must easier
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