drawbar

[draw-bahr]
noun
a heavy bar, often made of steel, attached to the rear of a tractor and used as a hitch for pulling machinery, as a plow or mower.

Origin:
1660–70, Americanism, for an earlier sense; draw + bar1

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drawbar (ˈdrɔːˌbɑː)
 
n
a strong metal bar on a tractor, locomotive, etc, bearing a hook or link and pin to attach a trailer, wagon, etc

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Example sentences
Never use a two or three-point hitch as a single-point hitch instead of the
  drawbar.
The contestant will dismount form the tractor to insert the drawbar pin and
  remove it.
Hitch only to the drawbar and hitch points that the manufacturer recommends.
Do not alter the drawbar by raising or shortening it.
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