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Re: WD 45 a Plowing Machine

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09-11-2012 18:12:44

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If you use all Snap-Coupler implements the WD45 needs no extra weight added at all. Allis-Chalmers made anything you could think of Snap-Coupler.

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Kelly MT

09-14-2012 22:31:52

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 Re: WD 45 a Plowing Machine in reply to JohnDeereM50, 09-11-2012 18:12:44  
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Yes, I've got a Snap-Coupler post hole auger for my WD-45 Diesel. Works real good. PK

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09-11-2012 19:11:23

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 Re: WD 45 a Plowing Machine in reply to JohnDeereM50, 09-11-2012 18:12:44  
I can see where he needs the extra weight, with our 45 and snapcoupler plow set as deep as it will go tractor is clawing for traction.

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09-11-2012 19:18:35

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 Re: WD 45 a Plowing Machine in reply to bg/mo, 09-11-2012 19:11:23  
Traction Booster in working order?

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09-12-2012 11:59:57

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 Re: WD 45 a Plowing Machine in reply to JohnDeereM50, 09-11-2012 19:18:35  
With mine...I have even removed ALL the spacers from the spring clamp, so the Main spring is compressed as far as it will go and I Still haul back on the Hand Clutch lever, to help keep the front as low as I can..and that IS with the Hydraulic lever DOWN, all wheels Loaded and a RR Iron across the front ( In Jack-Wax )..still in 2nd Gear, tho..!


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