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Re: Three different WD plows -- need some information...

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10-26-2012 18:52:11

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It is recommended that you convert to the "Snap-Coupler" setup, for safety reasons..

The only time I have found it necessary to remove my PTO (WD-45), is for the AC Sub-Soiler... I broke one PTO carrier bearing mount with the Sub-Soiler ( got lazy and thought I could get by)..

The rear wheels are not set "All the way IN"for the 3-14" mounted plow.. They are set at the 1st stop out, from all the way "IN"..with a Stop on either side of the wheel eccentric lock..(Both left and right wheels). The Pull-Type plow depends a lot on how the Plow Hitch is set, as to where the rear tires need to be set..


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11-01-2012 16:13:11

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 Re: Three different WD plows -- need some information... in reply to BushogPapa, 10-26-2012 18:52:11  
The WD pin hitch is actuallyy safer than the SC hitch. If you havea SC bell you MUST use the lift latches on the lift arms or you could get hurt REAL bad.

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11-01-2012 18:31:57

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 Re: Three different WD plows -- need some information... in reply to CTucker, 11-01-2012 16:13:11  

NO, NO, NO..the SC, with the release-latches on the lift arms are Safe...very safe.. The WD Cross-pin hitch can be a Killer..IF the pin gets out or breaks..the plow will swing up and get in the Seat with you.. There IS NO way for the lift arms to release..


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