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White 2-70 three point lift

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Bill in Eastern WA

05-01-2021 19:29:37

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What's the max lift weight on a 1655 or 2-70 three point? I have a Massey Ferguson 57 four bottom roll over plow and wanted to warm up the 2-70 with some hard work but it wouldn't lift the plow? I'm pretty sure it would have pulled it just fine, but it couldn't lift it and or roll it over. I was surprised and disappointed and had use the Massey 1155 instead. I figured it would be pushing it to the limit, but was really surprised when it just couldn't handle it at all.

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Brown Swiss

05-02-2021 08:02:43

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 Re: White 2-70 three point lift in reply to Bill in Eastern WA, 05-01-2021 19:29:37  
I picked up a 20' JD flex head with my 1850, a 2-70 should pick up a 4 bottom roll over plow! One would think!

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J. Schwiebert

05-03-2021 04:36:43

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 Re: White 2-70 three point lift in reply to Brown Swiss, 05-02-2021 08:02:43  
There were 3 1650 tractors in the neighbor hood with 3 bottom(Oliver) roll over plows. They would not handle a 4 bottom

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05-02-2021 04:56:30

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 Re: White 2-70 three point lift in reply to Bill in Eastern WA, 05-01-2021 19:29:37  
What does the plow weigh? A 2-70 should pick one mounted four bottom fine, but not two..

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