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Re: Correct plow for a 70 rowcrop?

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01-20-2013 18:38:32

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I believe a JD 813 plow would be correct for a 70. I am not sure if mine is an 810 or 813 but it had the "horse head" that you need to connect it to a 70 JD with an 801 hitch. Maybe somebody might know if I have an 813 or 810. Way back in 1955 or so one, of my neighbors bought a new 70 diesel with an 801 hitch and he used a 3 bottom like the one in my picture. A 55 or 66 plow would be a much better plow if you plan on plowing. These 801 hitch plows don't work that well. The 2nd picture is my 70 pulling a 3 bottom 55 plow. Al

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01-21-2013 09:37:03

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 Re: Correct plow for a 70 rowcrop? in reply to AJB-830, 01-20-2013 18:38:32  
Yours is an 813. The base numbering system was 810 and then the third was the number of bottoms. An 812 was two bottoms, 814 was four bottoms. Don't think they had a 811. Believe the smaller tractors such as the 40 went with a model 412.

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01-21-2013 11:03:50

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 Re: Correct plow for a 70 rowcrop? in reply to James22, 01-21-2013 09:37:03  

James, Thank you for the information. Now I understand why I couldn't tell the difference between an 810 and an 813 in the parts manual. Actually, I must have an 814 as I bought it originally with 4 bottoms. I took one off because 4 bottoms were too much for my 70 in my land. Al

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