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Re: JD Plow Question and Info Needed

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02-06-2018 21:10:52

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I have 2 of those F-145 Semi-Mounted plows and Love them..

The rear wheel steers that end in natural curves, forward or backward..

You will not get "Weight Transfer" as with a 3-point, but I can tell you, the weight gets there and you may need a couple of hundred pounds up front to keep it down in really tough going.. I pull mine with my JD 720D. and it walks right along in third and not showing any smoke..

This type of plow (I Think) are safer when transporting on a don't take the weight off the front wheels..steering is good..

I have pulled both of mine (4x16") With my 630 in established Alfalfa ground with Jack Wax.. about 8" the daylights out of it, but it stays in 2nd gear..!! Remember, 620/630's have a faster 2nd gear than a 720 D...

Shares, Landslides and Shins may be needed to put it in working condition.. I would re-pack the coulter bearings and drop the bottoms to clean up the pivot for each one...they get very stiff..

What will you pull this with.? It is going to take considerably more HP than the 2-cylinder JD's needed..60 to 70 HP I would say would be minimum.. They do a very good job of plowing.. Ron.

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02-06-2018 23:27:40

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 Re: JD Plow Question and Info Needed in reply to BushogPapa, 02-06-2018 21:10:52  
I"ll be using a 107HP New Holland 8260.

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 Re: JD Plow Question and Info Needed in reply to NH8260, 02-06-2018 23:27:40  
With that tractor I would guess you have lower link sencing so should work, If you had top link sencing like a 5000 Ford then you would need the top link sencing option. I did not haf a Deere but a MF and prefered operation over the 3 point hitch. but plow was just a bit too much for my tractor and did not have good style bottoms as I had the bottoms for extra deep plowing that I did not want to do. I still prefer a pull type then the semi mounted as it still works a lot like a pull type but a fully mounted is easier to hook up. And you can get in tighter spaces with them. Also a semi mount can be a longer more bottoms and heavier than a fully mounted plow.

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