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Re: John Deere Three Bottom Plow

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WI Rick

04-19-2013 04:39:40
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Thanks for the advice, do you know where I can get new shares? Do you think I need to worry about the landslides? I am plowing sandy soil, not to heavy. This year just lawn sod, next year probably pasture sod. Any suggestions about where to look on how to plow? I knew nothing until a week ago when I hitched it to the tractor. Just trying to plow 1/2 acre for vegetables.

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long green line man

04-19-2013 18:58:53
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 Re: John Deere Three Bottom Plow in reply to WI Rick, 04-19-2013 04:39:40  
Rick to make your plow work as a two bottom You can unbolt complete 3rd. frame as ET says,(but 4 bolts on top of trip rust tight for life)... Or trip standard with wrench, & lube big pivot pin on standard hammer it out.. move tail wheel up to 2nd. bottom or leave it of.. I see plow has bend in front bottom main beam ; front bottom will run on it's nose a not turn furrow well. you might want to take it out & hyd. press straighten it .. Next yr's project ?

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