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Re: Cleaning up plow bottoms

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01-13-2013 21:02:04

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3 point snap coupler or what??? I take old plows that are so rusty that you think you would never get them shinny and not had problems but you do need to learn how to set things. To much angle up or down will make them skip and jump. So what type brand etc plow do you have.

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01-14-2013 03:40:20

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 Re: Cleaning up plow bottoms in reply to old, 01-13-2013 21:02:04  
Tried faster and slower (2nd and 3rd) on the 60. I do think the old hard sod was just too much for the plow on that day.

My new lot is an older farm field farmed 2 years ago. will re-break much easier.

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01-14-2013 03:36:32

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 Re: Cleaning up plow bottoms in reply to old, 01-13-2013 21:02:04  
Its a John Deere 2 bottom. 2 x 14. Ive got my tire on the 60 slid all the way in but aint going to flip it inside on the rim. drawbar slid in all the way on tractor. plow drawbar angled to the center point of the plow. I made up the additional ofset to get the plow in the furrow by angling the tractor drawbar (I know, not supposed to do that) but cannot get the tractor any narrower without flipping the tractor tire.

Sa a post and some drawings on here and kinda followed that as close as I could.

Plow just seemed to "drag back" too much like there was too much resistance and forcing tailweel to jump out of the furrow or plow wasnt heavy enough in the back? It was in CRP sod. Just playing around in a friends "garbage land" trying to scour but it didnt work.

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01-14-2013 09:26:52

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 Re: Cleaning up plow bottoms in reply to NDaircapt, 01-14-2013 03:36:32  
Try adjusting the point of the plow down a little bit more. Sounds like the plow you have is a n old trip plow and those once you get them set up right will plow almost any thing but it takes some playing with to get them just right. I have a 2-12 I pull behind my 1935 JD-B here in Missouri and it does well and sits for years some times before I use it again

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