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

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Will Herring

10-26-2012 19:01:06

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BushogPapa said: (quoted from post at 21:52:11 10/26/12) 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..

I think the wheels should look approximately like this when spun out for 3-14 plowing... Correct me if I am wrong, it's been many a year since this tractor has plowed:

The wheels in the above pictures are spun out to something from all the way in... If your wheels are all the way in, they'll look like this:

In fact... The correct setting may be in between both of these tractors? Looking at the rails should show you in 30 seconds or less, though.
This post was edited by Will Herring at 19:06:48 10/26/12 4 times.

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10-26-2012 19:15:16

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 Re: Three different WD plows -- need some information... in reply to Will Herring, 10-26-2012 19:01:06  
For my 4x14" Semi-Mounted plow, the rear wheels go out even farther, but not "ALL the way out"..just to the last place you can install a "Stop" on either side of the eccentric.. On the 3-14", it could be that the plow is adjusted right or left on the front cross bar and then work at a different wheel spacing.. I prefer to not have my rear wheels set too narrow. For a 6' Bush Hog, I want them no wider than 6' outside to outside though..


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