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John deere dozer blade

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Adam McL

03-02-2007 09:31:41

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I am trying to find out the model number on a front mount dozer blade that John Deere made. It fits on a 4650 MFWD and it is all hydraulic. You can see a picture of it in the old sales literature for the 50 series tractors. If anyone has any idea what I am looking for please let me know. Even better if you know where one is for sale that would be great.
Thanks for the help

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Glen in TX

03-02-2007 21:05:24

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 Re: John deere dozer blade in reply to Adam McL, 03-02-2007 09:31:41  
Maybe not? Sure nothing close to the same now.

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Adam McL

03-02-2007 16:57:28

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 Re: John deere dozer blade in reply to Adam McL, 03-02-2007 09:31:41  
Thanks for the information. Another question that I have is did Degelman make these blades for John Deere. They look like the same a John Deere. We have a John Deere 534 but I dont think it is possible to get it to go on to a tractor with MFWD because the wheels will hit when you turn.

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Glen in TX

03-02-2007 20:51:01

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 Re: John deere dozer blade in reply to Adam McL, 03-02-2007 16:57:28  
They may have? I remeber Degelman looked similar. Seen some modify the torsion tube length but just depends on what plans you have for one too if that is a good or bad idea? If find a good enough buy on one for a 4WD can modify it cutting it down and wire welding back too. Seen it done both ways when someone wants one now for silage packing.

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Glen in TX

03-02-2007 10:14:14

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 Re: John deere dozer blade in reply to Adam McL, 03-02-2007 09:31:41  
In a JD brochure A27-86-10 for loaders, blades, spreaders & snow blowers shows the 856 front dozer blade was recommended for 4640 2WD up to 4850 MFWD, made in 9, 10, & 12 ft. widths with 5x7 torsion tube. The 855 dozer blade was for 4040 to 4450 in same widths but smaller 4x6 torsion tube. 864 12ft. & 865 14ft. blades were for larger 4WD 8430-8850. Don't know of any for sale right now. Might check or some of the other used online lots. 856 parts catalog should be online also.

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