European hitch

Diskutiere European hitch im Forum die tägliche Arbeit im Bereich Sonstiges - A Deutz fan stuck in USA I watch videos and see pics of the hitches you use in Europe and was interested in. Over the pond we don’t have them we...
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A Deutz fan stuck in USA I watch videos and see pics of the hitches you use in Europe and was interested in. Over the pond we don’t have them we use draw bar under PTO and in the lift arms I wanted to look them up but not sure what they are even called would like to get one just to have it.
I know that this seems like a dumb question but what are they called?
Shawn
 
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Hello Shawn,

Could you maybe give us a picture and mark the part or something as I don't know what part exactly you are talking about..

Greetings
 
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Hi Shawn,

what you are talking about is the "three point hydraulic system", consisting of two lower links and one upper link (hydraulic length adjustment as option).

This is very common in germany and the hitch is very rare here.
This is mostly because of our small fields and roads. A pulled device in the hitch needs more space for turning around than the one which you can lift up.
 
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Here is the my tractor I have 3point hydraulic arms plus a bar under the PTO output hidden by snow of course in the only pic I have of the back.
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This is the common one I see on your tractors we would call a hitch like that a pintail hitch. And are absent too my knowledge in USA F970F675-5463-4440-BFF0-6BF350D74BFD.jpeg
This is our standard hitch here.
Or cross bar between lift arms.
Shawn
 
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Hi, OK, i see.
Pintail Hitch is also very uncommon in Europe (maybe france, netherlands are using that more).
Newer machines are often connected to a K80 ball head coupling which has no backlash (is this the right translation)?

Crossbar between liftarms was common for some machines like straw baler but is nowadays only used for small trailers.
 
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This is our lift arm draw bar rarely used for heavy wagons more for dragging things that won’t have backlash my main hitch for pulling logs. 6839D172-BDB0-47C7-B5A6-248AA5710B91.jpeg
This is main hitch for wagons and implements diamond shape around PTO .
On our Deutz tractors the end in the small bracket pins to casting of the tractor. I also have to remember that video I watch is old and language I don’t speak.
Shawn
 
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Shawn is searching for a german " Zugmaul".
That’s it “Zugmaul “
I have never seen one on a tractor here.
Thanks for helping me out I joined this forum to get information from people who see these tractors regularly. I grew up knowing only about the theee on our farm and maybe five or six in my general area and we had 2 dealerships within 1/2 hours drive they just didn’t catch on. The people who had them loved them and others just couldn’t leave JD or IH and Ford.
It’s a shame now tractors are so advanced that you need an engineer’s degree to operate them and 2 engineers to fix them.
Again thanks for the information and sorry to be a pest.
Shawn
 
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The next parts that need work on my D 30 06 a couple of broken castings. The top link casting is very scarce here but I’m actually going to machine one out of steel “one good thing about being a machinist” I just need to find time.
The control casting is a little more available on the used market.
My D8006 will need master cylinders a reservoir probably two slave cylinders. There is a shop that makes a bolt on master cylinder set to replace Deutz ones which are hard to get here and if you can get them they are way over priced.
Shawn
 
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Hi Shawn,
Herewith a pickup hitch for a D4005/D4006.
Different type of tractor but same assembly.
Made by Lemoine France.
Regards,
Karel Vermoesen
 

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Hi Shawn
Here are some pictures of my German Hanomag that I have in USA. The Zugmaul is really not usable for our implements in USA. It is also in the way of the toplink when you are using 3 pt equipment. It is actually mounted in the Toplink mounting bracket with pins. It must be removed when using 3 pt . The flatiron bracket with the 4 holes is used to mount the liftrods of the lower arms of the 3 pt so you can put a drawbar in the lift arms it is then rigid from any up and down movement. It is however a great conversation piece at a show, nobody knows what it is for. The bottom drawbar did not come with the tractor , I fabricated it so I could pull USA equipment. I also have some Deutz Tractors (love them) , none of them have a Zugmaul. The Zugmauls are mounted too high for my comfort, the tractor comes up in the front too easy. The Deutz Drawbar is a little too weak for our heavy implements I have had to reinforce all of them on my tractors. Both systems of hitching have distinct advantages and disadvantages.
Where in USA are you located and what do you farm?
I farm in Pennsylvania
 

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Hi Shawn
Here are some pictures of my German Hanomag that I have in USA. The Zugmaul is really not usable for our implements in USA. It is also in the way of the toplink when you are using 3 pt equipment. It is actually mounted in the Toplink mounting bracket with pins. It must be removed when using 3 pt . The flatiron bracket with the 4 holes is used to mount the liftrods of the lower arms of the 3 pt so you can put a drawbar in the lift arms it is then rigid from any up and down movement. It is however a great conversation piece at a show, nobody knows what it is for. The bottom drawbar did not come with the tractor , I fabricated it so I could pull USA equipment. I also have some Deutz Tractors (love them) , none of them have a Zugmaul. The Zugmauls are mounted too high for my comfort, the tractor comes up in the front too easy. The Deutz Drawbar is a little too weak for our heavy implements I have had to reinforce all of them on my tractors. Both systems of hitching have distinct advantages and disadvantages.
Where in USA are you located and what do you farm?
I farm in Pennsylvania
I’m in Pennsylvania also southern Clearfield county I do not farm any more I’m a machinist now I make airplane parts. I use my 30 06 to plow snow and I’m going to keep repair the 80 06 because it was on the farm as long as I was it’s been a part life and I just want it around.
Shawn
 
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Thanks for the answers guys it nice to find a forum dedicated to Deutz not just topic under other tractors.
Shawn
 
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