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Case BE series plow questions

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EliG

10-26-2012 13:56:24
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I recently picked up a 3-14 BE series plow and have a few questions. I know that I am missing the upper mount for the hydraulic cylinder which is part number W10700S in the parts book. I know what the size of the piece is supposed to be but I need the distances between the 3 holes that are in the plate to be able to make a replacement.

I would like to set it up with the hydraulic depth control and was wondering how well it actually works. For now I think I will set it up without the cylinder but would like to locate a "Case Portable Cylinder" that goes in the plow.

I'm also wondering what the diameter of the draft pins are. I believe that they are supposed to be 7/8" but mine are 1 1/8".

Thanks in advance.

Eli

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EliG

10-27-2012 07:08:21
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 Re: Case BE series plow questions in reply to EliG, 10-26-2012 13:56:24  
Thanks Chuck that's exaxtly what I needed. I'm waiting for the fuel tank to come back from the shop and then I should be ready to break in the engine and go plowing with my 400 and this plow.



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Christopher Mikesell

10-26-2012 20:46:21
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 Re: Case BE series plow questions in reply to EliG, 10-26-2012 13:56:24  
I just went out and pulled the one off of my parts plow. The hole pattern is in the form of an isosceles triangle. The two lower holes are 5/8" dia. and are spaced 3" apart (center-to-center). The upper hole is 1" dia and is spaced 3 5/16" from both the lower holes (center to center). Also, the piece is made of 5/8" thick steel. I am going to scan my part and post the scan here so that you can scale it either using your computer (microsoft paint works for this), or by hand to get the exact shape.

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Christopher Mikesell

10-26-2012 21:08:10
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 Re: Case BE series plow questions in reply to Christopher Mikesell, 10-26-2012 20:46:21  

Here is the scan. It dosen't look as worn in real life as the scan suggests. I scaned it in greyscale, that is why it looks like it has been torched. It is actually green where it wasn't exposed to the elements.



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