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48 B and plow

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wijim

10-27-2012 14:26:55
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Ok so we picked up a f125 2 bottom today put on the tractor and it won't pick it up without helping a little. When it is up it stays there.Is there a bypass that can be adjusted on the powertrol? Tha engine does not labor when picking it up.Thanks, Jim




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Wilamayb

10-27-2012 19:45:29
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 Re: 48 B and plow in reply to wijim, 10-27-2012 14:26:55  
I would perform a pressure check on your scv. If it is up to pressure I would leave it be. The B was not suggested by Deere to be used with the 800 hitch, and for good reason. Even if you get the B to pick it up you won't be able to keep the fronted on the ground. A 44 plow will suit the B. if you insist on a mounted plow get a 50 or an A.



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wijim

10-27-2012 18:55:23
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 Re: 48 B and plow in reply to wijim, 10-27-2012 14:26:55  
I shimmed it more then I should and it still sounds like it is bypassing.Is ther anything else to look for? The plow is up in the air to see if it settles overnight.



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Lon in NE

10-27-2012 16:54:23
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 Re: 48 B and plow in reply to wijim, 10-27-2012 14:26:55  
Can we say aluminum can??? It's easy to cut and THIN! There will be no wear, it just takes up space.

Lon



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wijim

10-27-2012 17:14:30
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 Re: 48 B and plow in reply to Lon in NE, 10-27-2012 16:54:23  
I just measured the thickness of the shims that were in there subtracted the thickness of a washer and added enough thin shims to bring it back to original and added 2 more shims. we'll see if that works here in a minute.



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gtx1967jewison

10-27-2012 15:28:31
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 Re: 48 B and plow in reply to wijim, 10-27-2012 14:26:55  
You need the Owners manual. Its in there. Also, a larger diameter cylinder is the best approach, as it gets alot heavier when stuck in the ground. Make sure you have 30 wt oil in the powertrol also.



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wijim

10-27-2012 15:33:44
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 Re: 48 B and plow in reply to gtx1967jewison, 10-27-2012 15:28:31  
Its a mounted plow and we run Hyguard in everything. Thanks



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wijim

10-27-2012 15:17:59
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 Re: 48 B and plow in reply to wijim, 10-27-2012 14:26:55  
I have parts and service manual and neither have adjustment info.



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wijim

10-27-2012 15:27:27
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 Re: 48 B and plow in reply to wijim, 10-27-2012 15:17:59  
I think I found the proper adjusting screww. But they talk about removing/adding washers to adjust the presure that I don't find in the books i have any help would sure be nice. Thanks, Jim



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wijim

10-27-2012 16:36:23
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 Re: 48 B and plow in reply to wijim, 10-27-2012 15:27:27  
I did some searching and found where the presure relief valve and spring are now to find some thin washers.



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