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Re: Seat Time on the H

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09-16-2013 11:13:15

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I am surprised a John Deere H will pull 2-14 ploughs? Seems more like a plow for a model B sized Deere. Impressive

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09-16-2013 11:28:29

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 Re: Seat Time on the H in reply to rankrank1, 09-16-2013 11:13:15  
I'm not sure how to measure it. I can check it out again. If it gets to deep it quite a pull. PO lived by a river where the soil was sandy and it pulled real good in sandy soil.cleddy

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D14 Dan

09-17-2013 13:56:23

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 Re: Seat Time on the H in reply to cleddy, 09-16-2013 11:28:29  
measure between the beams and that will tell you if it is 12 or 14

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09-17-2013 18:47:47

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 Re: Seat Time on the H in reply to D14 Dan, 09-17-2013 13:56:23  
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Not quite correct as this will be off by the thickness of one beam if you do it as suggested which could be 2" or more.
To properly measure the plough (or plow) size:
A) Best Method: Measure from the center of one beam to the center of the other beam.

B) Alternate Method: Measure from the edge of one beam to the same edge of the other beam. (i.e. that is if you go farside on one beam go farside on the other beam. If you go nearside on one beamgo nearside on the other beam).

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Rusty Wheel

09-17-2013 13:06:58

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 Re: Seat Time on the H in reply to cleddy, 09-16-2013 11:28:29  
I have a 1945 H out in the shop and it has shutters on it. No canvas

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09-20-2013 04:07:02

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 Re: Seat Time on the H in reply to Rusty Wheel, 09-17-2013 13:06:58  

I'll have to do a survey and see why I had a curtain instead of shutters on a 1945. It never occured to even look until a fellow was bragging about his and I was surprised the adjusting rods were on mine yet?? Most likely a person would not ever change something like that since most of them ended up in the junk after a while.Cleddy

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