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English: Shown on this page is the three-point hitch of a John Deere 8110 tractor. When this photo was taken, a planter was attached to the three-point hitch. The two outer arms provide lifting and lowering capacity through the tractor's hydraulic system. The inner arm provides stabalization. – This is a photo that I had taken in May of 2004. I had taken this photo at my parent's farm.
Date May 2004
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