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Re: 3/16 plow JD 620

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01-05-2013 05:48:33

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The F145 had a top link sencing unit avaible as did other makes like the Massey Ferguson that I had. Even tho I had it and the tractor a Ford 5000 senced from the top link I lsually kept it in position control instead of using the draft control and top link senceing. Could get better depth control.

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01-05-2013 09:02:48

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 Re: 3/16 plow JD 620 in reply to Leroy, 01-05-2013 05:48:33  
What you need the quick hitch for is more depth control than weight transfer.With perfect conditions(level field and all same soil type) it is not as much of an issue.If you have any hills or soil changes you are constantly moving the three point lever for depth control.

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01-05-2013 13:12:06

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 Re: 3/16 plow JD 620 in reply to tomstractorsandtoys1, 01-05-2013 09:02:48  
All the quick hitch does is move the hitch points further back, does nothing to work with the load and depth control. You would still need a connection to the top of plow mast to the quick hitch.

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01-06-2013 07:43:47

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 Re: 3/16 plow JD 620 in reply to Leroy, 01-05-2013 13:12:06  
You don't get it and are not going to.The only way for you to understand would be to try it both ways with a semi-mount plow then you would see the diference.

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01-06-2013 17:23:30

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 Re: 3/16 plow JD 620 in reply to tomstractorsandtoys1, 01-06-2013 07:43:47  
Guess I sure don't see what you had a problem with...

I HAVE BOTH and use BOTH and don't NEED that upper-Link, with a Semi-Mounted F-145.. The F-145 Semi-Mount WILL pull down on the rear of the tractor, as Load increases..believe me... I do like to have a Gauge wheel at the rear Bottom, just to let it take care of that end..!!


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