The handle on the back is the hydraulic hookup for implements like a rototiller or woodsplitter. It is usually called a P.T.O. The lift on the back is a sleeve hitch. I have a 446 the same year.
LMAO. CC disorder. I'll take a guess you have never tried a 3000 series or higher. Anything less is ordinary,,,, in the CC's. They are nice!!! Power steering ,,hydraulic lift. Ok,,enough of that.As parts go, the rear hydro PTO is worth about $300, the rear sleeve hitch is worth about $250. As a rough guess, a good running 446 with a working mower deck is worth $500-$700 (all dependind how well it runs). With those options, usually there was a tiller and wheel weights with it when it was new, any chance the seller held out on you?
It appears you have a nice tractor, very desirable package you have; let's see what the 220 looks like, you may have another jem which could replace that yellow CC disorder......
??? Curious who told you that. Sure it has to be the right size plow ... but they work magic with a 10 or 12" brinly mold board ...I was told these do not pull a plow well. Hmmm? A traction issue. Loaded AG's should do the trick.
It was a friend of mine that has a Economy,,similar to the 446. I told him I wanted to plow with this and he said it won't do well. His Economy just spins the tires.??? Curious who told you that. Sure it has to be the right size plow ... but they work magic with a 10 or 12" brinly mold board ...
All the long fender tractors had the built in holding valve ... so if it's all as it appears, that feature is in there.
A very nice set up ... congrats.
That's a 10" plow. 12" are rare in sleeve hitch hookup configuration. You'll know it when you see one. lolHere's a picture of the plow. I think it is a 12" but it might be 10". I'm not sure where to measure from.
I think it will mount right on??
That's good to know. I plan on using this to plow and till the garden.(in search of a tiller)That's a 10" plow. 12" are rare in sleeve hitch hookup configuration. You'll know it when you see one. lol
I plow with my Case all the time. I use the same plow you have. It's a blast! I've had it pulling in such hard ground the plow frame was flexing and I bent the sleeve hitch and that was on a 200 series CASE not a high profile 400 series. The Case has plenty of grunt to plow. :fing32: