Video instructions and help with filling out and completing How Form 2220 Operated

Instructions and Help about How Form 2220 Operated

Music hi I'm Ted from everything attachments and we're today with a typical tractor this is a Ford 3600 this is a 1978 model when I was a teenager I actually rebuilt this tractor and painted it for it my father's dealership and sold it to my neighbor so we're back here just to show you how general components what different things are named and what you can call them and what I call them in the videos so that you can relate to what we're talking about we're going to show you the three-point hitch linkage we're going to show you how the PTO works and how the three-peat the three-point hydraulic system works in general and first we're going to start out with the three-point hitch assembly okay so we're at the back part of this three 3604 tractor and we're going to show you the names of the general components here the only change that's really been made from the factory and I like this style this is all most of the new style tractors it does have a telescopic style stabilizer system on it instead of the bar that would normally run from the end of your pull bar to your where it hooks for your stabilizers everything else is original he does have hydraulics on here where he can change out and put a hydraulic top link own and a hydraulic side link okay so we're gonna just go over the general components here this is gonna be your top link and this is what's going to adjust the pitch of your implement whether you make this longer or shorter so that's an important item and that's useful in every every tool you use these are what I call the lift links that's what does the lifting from the hydraulic top cover this is your hydraulic top cover all your hydraulics are underneath that so this is what does the lifting on almost all tractors the right-hand side and the tractors always viewed left or right from the operators position looking forward so this is the right side and it has an adjustable side link here and that's what you're going to use to tilt or angle your box blade or get it level or whatever you're trying to do this is your your drawbar and that's what you're going to pull like a baler or something with or put a hit shown this is your 540 rpm PTO that's an inch and 3/8 coarse spline shaft that's what's going to be commonly used on any tractor from a 53 model and up normally the these will have the stabilizer bars that come all the way to here and the one thing that has - this is where a lot of tractor people get messed up and have a hard time hooking up their stabilizers so to make it sure that your stabilizers are in the right position making them easy to hook up the one thing that has to be right is the pin from where your drawbar lifts and the pen where your stabilizer comes from must be the exact same height and exactly opposite if it's up or down or forwards or backwards as this lift comes up and down your stabilizer bars will try to to not do the same thing and so it'll get tight and loose and bind up and you don't want that so the first thing make sure that's equal distance there and then on the hydraulic system for this this has a dual lever hydraulic system and we're going to show you how that works and we're also going to show you on a two-stage PTO PTO club okay on this 3600 this has a dual lever system and so I'm going to try to give you the best quick explanation I can you have one lever called a position lever that's called position control and anywhere you put this lever directly relates to where the lift goes to if I move it just a little bit the lift should move just a little bit this is your draft control draft control is used for implements that run under the ground such as a plow and so all the older tractors from the 50s or even really the early 30s have draft controls some of them don't even have position control and what that's used for when you're plowing or using underground implements and your ground berries from hard to sandy and you want to maintain the same amount of pull on your tractor it will automatically adjust it through your top link where your top link hooks as the plow pulls harder it will push in on the top link where there's a spring mechanism and it reads how much pool there is on it to automatically adjust your lift so with a two lever system what you're able to do okay if you were starting your plow what you would do is set your dip your dip excuse me your draft control all the way in its least sensitive position then you would let your plow down into the ground and say okay well that's as deep as I want it to plow no matter what so that's going to be your lowest place it can come then you're going to start pulling up on your draft control lever and that's going to be setting the sensitivity of how much pull your tractor is pulling so once you get it to where it'll start picking up the plow if you're at the maximum pole you like then you can get it to where to actually start picking it up it will lessen the load and then you can adjust it you're going to be real close to the adjustments you want for the maximum amount of pull so if you go with a two lever system when you go into a real sandy