this tractor and sign on the front says it all
Someone invented it though (Ferguson I think) but Henry Ford claimed it when the Ford Ferguson seperated. That's just what I've read somewhere :?: :?: :?: Someone please chime in on that oneLovesthedrive said:I thought the 3 point was optional on most 1950's equipment as most farmers still had horse drawn equipment. Or at least that is what some one led me to believe. I am open to be corrected.
I agree, Harry Ferguson did come up with the 3pt. linkage.around the early 40's.soundguy said:ferguson did come up with the modern convention of the draft sensing hyd lift / 3pt setup.
there were other draft sensing hitches along the way as well.. the 3pt just ended up becoming a good standard to go by.