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Re: John Deere Three Bottom Plow

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Dave Gunem

04-19-2013 22:43:23
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The blue plow if in as issued condition major parts wise is no newer than 1956 . The tube tire was replaced in 1956 by the hard one that says " soil king " on it . Both came with the rear axle that is " S " shaped , has a flat bar brace rod and the axle support casting only bolts on one side of the rear standard . The green plow also has the old style rear wheel setup but has an incorrect wheel on it . In 1958 the entire rear wheel setup was replaced by the " big wheel " type . This setup has the axle support casting that straddles the rear standard , has a round brace rod , has the axle that is " C " shaped and has either a 12" tire or a steel wheel . The big wheel type is also used on the RH side of 825 rollover plows and on newer stuff also . The teardrop landside is indeed proper and looks to be in decent shape . The long type landsides are used in place of tail wheels - not with them as was pointed out already . To clarify the "C " & " S " shaped axle thing it is in reference to the ends pointing in opposite directions on the " S " type and the same direction on the " C " shaped one . Don't care to get into the 810 - v - 813 discussion . Looks like the frame in front of the rear standard is bent also .I f you need shares Your JD dealer will sell you all you want for $28 ea for 16" or $31 ea for 14" . This is if you have 4 bolt shares . If you have 3 bolt shares the " Depot " has a REAL GOOD supply of 16" NOS ones for cheap . 3 bolt 14" will require a little digging . I have a good supply of them but they are LH and that won't work worth a crap on your plow . Like already pointed out you can simply remove the entire 3rd bottom and put the tail wheel stuff on the second standard .

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WI Rick

04-23-2013 04:24:39
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 Re: John Deere Three Bottom Plow in reply to Dave Gunem, 04-19-2013 22:43:23  
Thanks for the advice.
I went ahead and removed the rear bottom, and I tried the plow out again yesterday. It was working great then I hit a rock, the front bottom tripped, I thought "Great, now I know that works." Backed up and the bottom fell right back into place. Kept on plowing and the bottom tripped up again. Now, as soon as the bottom gets down a little it trips. Looked up in there and it seems like the spring isn't operating properly. Got any ideas?

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Dave Gunem

04-23-2013 17:45:51
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 Re: John Deere Three Bottom Plow in reply to WI Rick, 04-23-2013 04:24:39  
Probably have a broken spring . You can still finish your job by wiring the trip levers sticking out the back of the standard up . Or is it down ? Been a while since I had to do that but you will see what to do when you look at it . If that doesn"t cure it you probably have a broken pin but I would definitely look at the spring first . Look up the parts book for 810 { the same book covers 812 , 813 & 814 ] and you will see a good blowup of the trip standard assy .

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