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1953 Case DC eagle hitch plow

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DC in Northern Illinois

01-08-2011 14:59:27




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I would like to know what is the correct eagle hitch plow for a 1953 DC tractor with a live pto and a eagle hitch. I saw on e-bay several eagle hitch plow manuals, such as be-ber and mt-mta; therefore, I am uncertain which is the right plow for the 1953 case dc.




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Camboted

01-09-2011 01:38:06




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 Re: 1953 Case DC eagle hitch plow in reply to DC in Northern Illinois, 01-08-2011 14:59:27  
I have a 4-14" BE plow in Northern IL that has been continually shedded during it's entire life. Bottoms are greased. It could be easily reduced to 3-14". You can contact me when/if interested. email is open.



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namdc3

01-08-2011 15:41:44




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 Re: 1953 Case DC eagle hitch plow in reply to DC in Northern Illinois, 01-08-2011 14:59:27  
Your tractor should use a BER, probably a 3x14 or 3x16 depending on soil conditions. The later BE plows are similar, but have a hydraulic adjustment on the rear of the mast rather than the BER's turnbuckle. The BER and BE plows both have cast beams. The BE plows were used on the 300 and 400 tractors. The M-series plows came out in 1958 I think. They have later-style rectangular steel frames and beams. As a side note, the BER parts diagrams are included on the Case IH website.

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DC in Northern Illinois

01-08-2011 20:28:46




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 Re: 1953 Case DC eagle hitch plow in reply to namdc3, 01-08-2011 15:41:44  
Thank you "namdc3" for your response to my question about the correct plow for my 1953 Case DC tractor with foot clutch. I am just starting to restore it and will be looking for a plow in the future. Thanks again for the info.



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JGarner

01-08-2011 20:20:48




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 Re: 1953 Case DC eagle hitch plow in reply to namdc3, 01-08-2011 15:41:44  
The BER and BE used repointable shares, not "throw away" shares like the MTA and MA but I think a throw away version is now available for BER/BE plows since points (and blacksmiths) are not available any more.

Jim



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