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John Deere 4 bottom plow

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Gpower

05-24-2011 07:35:23
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I found this 4 bottom plow and am trying to figure out what model it is. I was thinking a 66H since it had the spoke wheels, but looking through several plow pictures it has a lot of the 666H look. Thge hitch is solid, no trip release and has the 3 peice moldboards. I need to go back and get some part numbers off it and maybe get a better idea. The tailwheel is gone, the 4 bolt hub is still there though.

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David from Kansas

05-24-2011 18:08:29
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 Re: John Deere 4 bottom plow in reply to Gpower, 05-24-2011 07:35:23  
Could be that since the tail wheel is missing, someone may have robbed it of the trip release hitch also.



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Randy Freshour

05-24-2011 14:04:29
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 Re: John Deere 4 bottom plow in reply to Gpower, 05-24-2011 07:35:23  
It is a 66H. The 444/555/666/777 all had trip back bottoms.



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BushogPapa

05-24-2011 13:20:13
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 Re: John Deere 4 bottom plow in reply to Gpower, 05-24-2011 07:35:23  
Nice, that it has the High Speed Bottoms...!

Probably for an "R"..??

Ron..



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Gpower

05-24-2011 14:10:00
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 Re: John Deere 4 bottom plow in reply to BushogPapa, 05-24-2011 13:20:13  
Well, digging through the 66H parts book, it looks like the "rocker straps" were only used on the 5 bottom and rice special plows, thats why its not on this 4 bottom. Also it looks like they did offer a "plain hitch" with no trip safetys in place, that could be interesting!



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Gpower

05-24-2011 13:59:43
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 Re: John Deere 4 bottom plow in reply to BushogPapa, 05-24-2011 13:20:13  
Yeah, that is what caught my attention also, the high speed bottoms. Since I have the 66H with 5 bottoms, and the older once piece moldboards with sharpen shares, this one looks pretty promising. It looks heavier built than my early 66H 5 bottom, but I guess it is not.

Another question is this one does not have the flat metal piece that goes from where the hydraulic cylinder hooks, back towards the axle. My 5 bottom has it, that and no spring release on the hitch.

Thanks guys,

Gpower

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BushogPapa

05-24-2011 15:54:09
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 Re: John Deere 4 bottom plow in reply to Gpower, 05-24-2011 13:59:43  
What are you pulling the 5 bottom with..?

An "R" would handle 5x 14" in average soil. 4x16" is a nice match for an "R"..2nd and 3rd..seen that, even at a dead-slow idle...!! I wouldn't try that with my 720 D...!! Ron..



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Gpower

05-24-2011 18:15:28
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 Re: John Deere 4 bottom plow in reply to BushogPapa, 05-24-2011 15:54:09  
Hey Ron,

I have not pulled it at all, matter of fact I have never pulled any of these old plows. I had an R and a 820 both liked them both. I just have an unstyled G and a late styled G right now. I need to find a 3 14 trip for the unstyled G I suppose. I bought that old 5 bottom at an auction for 250 bucks, just couldnt let it go to scrap, this 4 bottom is in a scrap/recycle yard right now. I think Ill get it just to keep it from scrap.

Thanks for all your replies and help,

Garry

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BushogPapa

05-26-2011 17:27:34
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 Re: John Deere 4 bottom plow in reply to Gpower, 05-24-2011 18:15:28  
Great, if you can...someone will be looking for these in a few years...

Ron..



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BushogPapa

05-24-2011 15:53:13
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 Re: John Deere 4 bottom plow in reply to Gpower, 05-24-2011 13:59:43  
What are you pulling the 5 bottom with..?

An "R" would handle 5x 14" in average soil. 4x16" is a nice match for an "R"..2nd and 3rd..seen that, even at a dead-slow idle...!!

Ron..



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Bob Collins

05-24-2011 10:08:10
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 Re: John Deere 4 bottom plow in reply to Gpower, 05-24-2011 07:35:23  
Stiff standards, spoke wheels, looks like a 66H to me.



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