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John Deere plow Model ?

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Andy In Il

02-18-2012 19:19:30
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I picked up a JD plow That I would like to know what model # it is. The number on the one beam is 621. This is a 2 bottom and didnt have tape measure to know the width.




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Farmallb

02-20-2012 05:07:01
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 Re: John Deere plow Model ? in reply to Andy In Il, 02-18-2012 19:19:30  
I bought a plow exactly like that 2 weeks ago Wed. Its got a bad moldboard on front and needs 2 JD rolling cutters, as it has only one IHC one.

Can I ask what you paid for yours. I paid $125 for mine



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Andy In Il

02-20-2012 19:35:26
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 Re: John Deere plow Model ? in reply to Farmallb, 02-20-2012 05:07:01  
Farmallb dont get jealous! I paid $50. I had to cut a tree down that was in between the moldboards. I counted the rings on the tree and counted 46 so it was there a while. I was more worried about the front wheels since the were sunk down 4- 5 inches. the tail wheel was on a 6x6 concret block that was sunk down level with the ground.



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Andy In Il

02-19-2012 16:54:26
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 Re: John Deere plow Model ? in reply to Andy In Il, 02-18-2012 19:19:30  

I think here are some pic and sorry I made a mistake the beam # is 612 not 621. Its a 2-14 inch plow. Just wonder what model. its only missing the front coulter. Thanks For any info and where do you guys find the infos at?

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Bob Collins

02-19-2012 18:06:50
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 Re: John Deere plow Model ? in reply to Andy In Il, 02-19-2012 16:54:26  
Yeah, that is a number 52.



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Andy In Il

02-19-2012 08:37:31
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 Re: John Deere plow Model ? in reply to Andy In Il, 02-18-2012 19:19:30  
I'll have to look again later today. This is a 2 bottom one way plow. Its on steel wheels and the trip is enclosed. Looks similar to my #52 but the hub caps are short and flat with a ring in the middle to protect the grease jerk. I'll see if I can get pictures on here later today also. Thanks For any help! I know tractors but plows and equipments are my down fall.



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kw primmer

02-19-2012 17:58:04
72.152.179.209



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 Re: John Deere plow Model ? in reply to Andy In Il, 02-19-2012 08:37:31  
That looks like a later model 52 plow, given the enclosed clutch.



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Bob Collins

02-19-2012 08:45:36
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 Re: John Deere plow Model ? in reply to Andy In Il, 02-19-2012 08:37:31  
Could the number be 521? That beam was used on the No. 45C plow, a 2 bottom trailer plow but it should have an open clutch. Are the beams of the forged I-Beam cross section, or flat (rectangular) stock material?



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Mark-Ia

02-19-2012 08:03:41
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 Re: John Deere plow Model ? in reply to Andy In Il, 02-18-2012 19:19:30  
Beam #621 was used on the GPA3 for the Model GP and also #621 was used on the B1, A1 and No.1.Also the A3 and B3. the B1 was built from 1936-1937.Built for the Model A and B tractor.



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mb58

02-19-2012 16:13:36
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 Re: John Deere plow Model ? in reply to Mark-Ia, 02-19-2012 08:03:41  
Mark-IA and bob collins. Where do you fellers get this type of info. I would love to be able to do the same. I have several books but nothing this detailed.



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Mark-Ia

02-20-2012 13:04:48
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 Re: John Deere plow Model ? in reply to mb58, 02-19-2012 16:13:36  
I have the book,"The John Deere Tractor Plow" by David Wolfe. Sold by the Beda Compny. email; bedacompany@yahoo.com. The book runs around $35.00 very informative, and well worth it..



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Bob Collins

02-19-2012 18:15:06
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 Re: John Deere plow Model ? in reply to mb58, 02-19-2012 16:13:36  
I have seven different editions of the John Deere Plow Works Catalog. These were put out about every three years for the dealers use. They are something more than 1000 pages each and updated each time, but lots was not deleted so there is a wealth of information just waiting to be searched out. It can be confusing and sometimes contradictory, but much info is not (easily) available elsewhere. I also rely on my library of sales brochures and operator manuals, and last the note book I keep for quick reference. There are still lots of questions I can't answer, lots of guys on here are also good sources.

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Bob Collins

02-19-2012 05:52:59
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 Re: John Deere plow Model ? in reply to Andy In Il, 02-18-2012 19:19:30  
The GPA3 is a 1934 two way tractor plow available in 16" only and I would say 'rare'. That beam is also used on the A3, B3, G3, A1, and B1 integral tractor plows for the right hand beam up to 1937. Is your plow a two way plow (with a right hand and left hand bottom)? If so a measuring between beams won't tell the size. I'd like to hear more description or a picture.



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cumminspuller

02-18-2012 21:13:43
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 Re: John Deere plow Model ? in reply to Andy In Il, 02-18-2012 19:19:30  
GPA3 tractor plow is all my book says.



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