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Re: John Deere Three Bottom Plow

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WI Rick

04-23-2013 04:24:39

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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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