Definatly take that rear bottom of the 3 bottom if it is a WD and NOT a WD45. Uncle had a WD and 3 bottom, not sure what size bottoms he had but it is what they sold him with the WD new. He always had the third bottom off because he could not pull it. Anouther uncle had a WD and 3-12" plow that he was getting along with, slightly different ground, till it burnt up in a barn fire. Got a different WD and it came with 3-14" and watching him try to plow if he would get it to depth he could not pull it and was having to steer with the brakes all the time. He only had that outfit a couple of years till he sold out and sold the small farm. Anouther neighbor pulled 3 bottoms with the 45 and got along deecent. Then the Uncle that had the first mentioned tractor was sick one spring and neighbors and church came in to get crops in. One had a 45 with the 4 bottom plow that he used at home, when he got here and droped the plow he was setting, could not begin to move it. The WD does not have enough power for a 3 bottom plow. Neighbor a few miles away had a 45 and all they could pull was a 2 bottom.
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