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Re: John Deere Plow

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10-27-2013 15:58:10

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The beams have John Deere 583 and John Deere 584 pressed into the beams. Will this help figure out the year? The other wheel that I took a picture of, is this the right one for this plow or it wrong like the other side with the rubber tire?
I know it is missing one of the cutting wheels and will need to locate one. Also is there suppose to be a wheel on the rear? If so will need to locate one of them too!

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10-28-2013 05:37:57

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 Re: John Deere Plow in reply to Jdgal, 10-27-2013 15:58:10  
That makes it a #4 built 1929 or 1930. The wheels are both wrong, I think a proper tail wheel would still work, but IHCPloughman has some good suggestions if you are leaning that way. Coulters are often missing from old plows and can be added when you can find them.

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10-27-2013 17:34:19

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 Re: John Deere Plow in reply to Jdgal, 10-27-2013 15:58:10  
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Those plow bottoms look like Oliver to me. And that's conceivable since the wheels are Oliver, as everyone points out. I bet you'll find a part number with a 219 or 419 stamped on the back of the moldboards.
If it was me and that was my grandparents' plow, I would leave it the way it is. Fix it so it's usable, but leave the incorrect wheels and bottoms on it. That way the plow is like your grandparents used. It got modified for a reason and when you restore it back to original it kind of loses it's soul, in my opinion. Modifications are what give old farm machinery character. Plus, it would be interesting to see at a show: John Deere green plow with red Oliver bottoms and Oliver green (I guess) wheels.

It had a tail wheel when new, but it probably didn't fit with the different plow bottoms, plus it still worked by riding on the heel casting of the landside.

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