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Re: How to set the rear wheel for plowing with the C

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Dean Olson

05-12-2013 19:29:03

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I run my SC with both tires all the way in with just a slight gap between the hub and axle housing. 12.4"X36" tires with rims dished out. This is with a C20 2-14" fast hitch plow.

My SC has a fresh motor and in my heavy clays it will barely break new ground. Once the ground has been turned it's 1st gear WOT with 3 weights on each side.

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05-12-2013 19:44:48

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 Re: How to set the rear wheel for plowing with the C in reply to Dean Olson, 05-12-2013 19:29:03  
We always set the left rear over about 5" from the end of the axel housing and I do not remember the exact measurement. Set just right you could look down the center of the hood over the radiator cap down the last pass along the tire track and keep the tractor in line. It only worked with the C/SC/200 series tractors and 14" plows. The right side tire was about 2" off the end of the axel housing. Those of you who work in heavy clay or loam soil might think it strange but we pulled 2 14"s in third gear with both a C and a 200. Our soil tended to be a soft Loamy-sand or Sandy-loam.

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