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john deere model m snow plow

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Mike Mix

11-24-2010 04:53:50

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Does anyone have any pictures of a jd model m snow plow? Would like to see how it's installed on the tractor. Or if a manual is available. Thank you Mike

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11-26-2010 16:51:02

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 Re: john deere model m snow plow in reply to Mike Mix, 11-24-2010 04:53:50  
Deere made three different blades for the M tractor. They are model, M-30, M-32,and M-60. All three blades mount on the tractor the same, on the front portion of the drawbar frame.The blade and frame are pretty much the same on all with the difference being in the lift method. The model M-30 was lifted by a linkage attached to the rockshaft arm. The M-32 and M-60 were lifted by a cable attached to the rockshaft arm. The cable routing and front cable sheave are the difference in these two blades.

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Pete in MD

11-24-2010 20:24:41

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 Re: john deere model m snow plow in reply to Mike Mix, 11-24-2010 04:53:50  

There were 5 snow plows made for the M,MT,& MI tractors.

PC-228 has pictures as well as parts breakdowns
for them and other snow plows for the 2 cylinders.

When the link below opens up, be patient, it takes awhile to download.


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Ed The Wine Farmer

11-24-2010 18:37:07

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 Re: john deere model m snow plow in reply to Mike Mix, 11-24-2010 04:53:50  
My 1948 M has been plowing My 500 ft. drive for 62 years. It"s a good combination and will serve you well. The back of the plow is pulled in by removing the bolt in the rightside of the angle iron. Pull it toward the front of the tractor and place the holes over the 2 inch studs below the final drive. Close it up and reinsert the bolt. Hang the pully on the front of the tractor by the front axel pivit. Run the cable from the plow over the front pully bach to the pully on the plow frame, and then to the left aide lift arm. Note this - Tire chains help a lot - If you hit a rock at 10 MPH - the tractor will stop [this is not good] When plowing down a steep hill,your breaks are on the back and will not stop you. Don"t ask me how I know this. GOOD LUCK and keep the shiney side up Ed

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11-24-2010 16:15:42

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 Re: john deere model m snow plow in reply to Mike Mix, 11-24-2010 04:53:50  
I think I have a couple of manuals--buried deep in the attic, perhaps more than four.

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11-24-2010 15:07:49

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 Re: john deere model m snow plow in reply to Mike Mix, 11-24-2010 04:53:50  
What exactly do you want to see? i have one i can take photos of.

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