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04-25-2014 20:51:54

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How do I tell what bottoms are on my f145h john deere plow?

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04-27-2014 05:46:14

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 Re: f145h in reply to cumminsdeere, 04-25-2014 20:51:54  
The easiest way to tell is by looking at the round brace rod which attaches to the middle back side of the moldboard.

HS = grooved end with corresponding washer - also is slotted for adjustment

NU= flat end with hole and bolt through it grooves

Parts are available for both kinds (I have them among other plow parts).

As Carlyle stated, it's most likely HS bottoms,but I've owned several with NU bottoms (made after 1968). See the link below for more information and pictures.

Tyler in IL

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05-01-2014 21:57:58

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 Re: f145h in reply to Tyler-MO, 04-27-2014 05:46:14  
They are hs bottoms got the info from your site then I went to JD parts and there is about 20 different numbers for hs bottoms even after you narrow it down to one size bottom

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Carlyle Hoffman

04-26-2014 03:39:38

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 Re: f145h in reply to cumminsdeere, 04-25-2014 20:51:54  
The Part # is EMBOSSED on them and normally high speed.

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