1949 John Deere M plowing snow
John deere m plow hook up
31 Dec Join Date: Aug ; Posts: 8,; Location: Silver Creek, NY; Tractor: Case-IH Farmall 45A, Kubota M Narrow, New Holland TN 65, Bobcat , Ford , John Deere M, Allis Chalmers B, Bombardier Traxter XT, Massey Harris 81RC and a John Deere combine, Cub Cadet GT 13 Apr Google images "deere m plow" brings up all kinds of different plows. Might be able to find it in there? 70 w/ Custom 8hp Briggs and Hydrostatic Rearend 70 w/ no engine '74 H-3 w/ HD Air Cleaner, 3pt H-3 w/ no engine Custom Turbocharged and 2 Speed Swap the Grass Cutter w/. I have just bought a model M that came with a M 2 plow. I have never had a John Deere M before but have had several other two cylinder John Deere trac. If an M is properly tuned up, has fluid in the tires(supposed to be all four), and has a set of weights, it will handle those plows just fine. They will pull.
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Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of I am new to the tractor world and have been learning by trial and error. I recently wanted to plow aprx 5 ac for a small garden and wildlife food plot. I borrowed a 2 bottom plow which the owner has no idea of the manufacture or hook-up procedures.
This plow is different from any other bottom plow I have seen. It has an adjustment mechanism to change the blade up or down. The mechanism consists of a screw type bolt with a handle that extends read article the top link when it is attached to the plow. I attached the plow to the two lift arms and attached the top link.
When I started to plow the plow came up and the handle of the adjustment mechanism bent the top link. I bought a new top link and contacted a couple of individuals who have used a bottom plow. Neither link them had ever seen a plow with a adjustment mechanism like the one I have.
A friend of mine bought a M and can't figure out how to mount the 2 john plow that came with it. The Model 44 plow I have will except 12 inch bottoms. Can send them e-mail if anyone wants to see them. What is the diameter of the original coulters.
We made every adjustment we could think of to no avail. I believe there is some part missing that keeps the plow from coming up but am not sure.
That might be the type of mechanism he is referring to. A couple of Farmalls there running 1 bottoms. I'm not having much luck transferring pics from email to here Try this. Expedited shipping available, just call! Yesterday's Tractors - Antique Tractor Headquarters.
I would appreciate any help or suggestions. I have pictures but they are to large to attach. Can send them e-mail if anyone wants to see them. Originally Posted by flgeorge. There are three kinds of men; 1. The ones that learn by reading 2. The few who learn by observation 3. The rest of John Deere M Plow Hook Up have to pee on the electric fence for themselves. Originally Posted by Farmwithjunk. God must love stupid people; He made so many. I don't know why it would be there but on most there is an adjuster for continue reading plow tilt as to being in the furrow or out to be level.
I believe that's an Allis Chalmers plow. I'm not having much luck transferring pics from email to here Try this.
Move the top link to the highest position where it attaches to the tractor. Extend the top link several inches. Also, extend that leveling crank so that the plow frame sets relatively level with the ground with the plow raised slightly above the ground.
I have no clue as to how or why the top link bent. I can't see where the plow would hit the top link in its normal travel. I just had another individual come by and look at the plow.
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There is a bolt hole, bolt is missing, on the bar that hooks to the lift arms. There are two bars, one inside the other. The non-threaded portion would go into the iner shaft preventing the plow from coming up.
This would act as a shear pin and break if a rock or large stump were hit. It would break off under the threads, that way you could take the bolt out and retrieve the broken part click install a new bolt.
This is just a theory at this time.
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Anyone know of such a bolt? Last edited by flgeorge; at Would really like to see this! The crank on my Massey model 66 was in the way and would hit the back of the tractor when it was raised if the handle was down. The lift arms are too short on compacts. I cut the handle shorter.
That might be the type of mechanism he is referring to. Originally Posted by JerryG. The longer I stare at it, the more it looks like an Allis Chalmers snap coupler plow that has been modified to use as a 3-point hitch model. Last edited by Farmwithjunk; at All times are GMT The time now is Other trademarks on this page are the property of their respective owners.