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Re: John Deere Three Bottom Plow

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Carlyle Hoffman

04-19-2013 12:12:24

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The blue plow you have is a #810, as is the re stored nice green one. The restored one is not a #813. There is a difference.

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long green line man

04-19-2013 18:34:17

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 Re: John Deere Three Bottom Plow in reply to Carlyle Hoffman, 04-19-2013 12:12:24  
Wi Rick's plow is a 813 (3x14"?), it has orginal trips,(no grease zerk hole for trip latch pin on right side)& welded right side pull pin & lever used in "54" & "55" yr.s.. PC-390 JD parts.. tail wheel is correct 4.00X8 ...metal gauge wheel for 800 series hitch.. Painted up plow in pic. is 810 series 3x14 plow with wrong decals, It's got 800 hitch mast & optional rubber gauge wheel for 800 hitch, And optional 12" rubber tail wheel, but wrong rim..

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04-20-2013 04:59:11

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 Re: John Deere Three Bottom Plow in reply to long green line man, 04-19-2013 18:34:17  
Another diffrents between the 810 and 813 is the plow frame is 3" longer on the 813 where the front coulter mounts The coulter shanks are all the same on the 812-813 plows. The frame was shortened in this area on the 810 plows because they were introduced with the 20 series tractors and the longer frame would strike the remote cylinder valve body when you lifted the plow. The correct front coulter setup on an 810 uses a coulter shank with a larger offset to place the coulter far enough in front of the first plow bottom.

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