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11-27-2018 14:25:14

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My son just purchased a #60L (rope trip) plow today. Was wondering if anyone knows the paint codes for the white on the wheels, the red and the blue. Also where to find what tires were on this plow. Thanks for the help. Ed

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11-28-2018 04:26:36

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 Re: Ih 60L plow in reply to 400dtractorman, 11-27-2018 14:25:14  
#60 plows would have 6.70x15 implement tires on them, optionally 7.00x14, 7.50x14, or 8.00x14.

You'd want a traction type tire for the land wheel if it is a mechanical lift plow.

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11-28-2018 03:40:25

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 Re: Ih 60L plow in reply to 400dtractorman, 11-27-2018 14:25:14  
White on the wheels. About as close as you will come is the IH #901 White. That may be harder to find than the more readily available IH # 935 white, which is the more modern cream color white that we associate with the hood and sheet metal parts on the 560 and similar vintage tractors. IH Blue on the moldboards, frog, and associated soil contacting parts. Some CaseIH dealers will have it. I have had excellent results with Ag Specialty blue or Van Sickle blue. Per the cans both companies are in Lincoln, NE so suspect that both cans may come off the same "assembly" line with just a label difference. I have had good results with both of them. A word of caution on the blue: don't thin it very much if at all. It is thin and one very easily gets that blue-green color indicating not enough pigment is being applied. Blue was only used on implements. Ace Hardware carries an IH Blue but I have never used it. A friend says it is an exact match for the Ag Specialty and/or Van Sickle paints. Coulters and jointers,if installed, would be black. Different CaseIH dealers seem to carry a different flavor of black, if you will. They only seem to vary by gloss or semi-gloss, etc. IH 2150 red, readily available at any CaseIH store, on the rest.
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11-28-2018 20:07:06

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 Re: Ih 60L plow in reply to WESnIL, 11-28-2018 03:40:25  
I have gotten the blue from Ace hardware and it looks to be the right shade.

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11-28-2018 14:55:48

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 Re: Ih 60L plow in reply to WESnIL, 11-28-2018 03:40:25  
Is that a cotton planter or is that what they call a lister corn planter? I am from the north country and we flat plant here. You done a nice job !!

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11-29-2018 15:56:26

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 Re: Ih 60L plow in reply to FastFarmall, 11-28-2018 14:55:48  
That's a C-248 lister planter. It is small point fast hitch prongs to fit Super C, 200, and 230 tractors. Yes, lots of work but it turned out nice. I had meant to down load a picture of a plow, seeing we were talking about plows, but could not find it before my lack of patience kicked in.

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11-27-2018 14:39:37

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 Re: Ih 60L plow in reply to 400dtractorman, 11-27-2018 14:25:14  
Ford blue on the back of the moleboard, white wheels, and red on the everything else, Arn't the wheels normal size 16 inch, A boat trailer wheel fits the tail wheel ! That's how my two No.70 where painted from the factory. You can get new stencil's for the deep suck information that goes on the back of moleboard bottoms also !!

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