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john deere mt 2 bottom mounted plow

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07-05-2014 17:06:16

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on a two bottom mounted plow the beam that goes under tractor mounts to the u under belly does anyone know what is used to bolt that to u bracket..thanks

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07-05-2014 17:34:52

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 Re: john deere mt 2 bottom mounted plow in reply to tjm, 07-05-2014 17:06:16  
I don't fully understand your question.
The long tounge on the plow goes thru the U under the tractor, not bolted to it.
It acts as a draft to the plow to either make it go in deeper or shallow it out.
Are you sure the U bracket is hooked up correctly?

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07-05-2014 18:01:05

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 Re: john deere mt 2 bottom mounted plow in reply to Harvey2, 07-05-2014 17:34:52  
oh ok i thought it would have to have something keep it from moving around,thank you..

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07-07-2014 06:13:16

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 Re: john deere mt 2 bottom mounted plow in reply to tjm, 07-05-2014 18:01:05  
You want the beam to be able to move around on that U bracket. When plowing it will find a happy spot to sit on its own. I had tried using an eye bolt at one point to keep the beam to one side of the U bracket and that did not make any noticable difference in plowing performance. I could only plow previous worked soil with my 2 bottom and do a clean job. Even with the trip mechanism set at a tight setting I could not get far with the 2 bottom in sod without it tripping on me.

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07-07-2014 12:10:32

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 Re: john deere mt 2 bottom mounted plow in reply to Hotflashjr, 07-07-2014 06:13:16  
Better it trips than you having to replace a bull gear or final drive shaft.....

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