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 05-05-2007, 17:44 Post: 141813
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 tc30/2 bttm plow

Will my TC30 with HST/4WD,R4s,FEL handle a Foerd 101 series 14" 2 bottom plow? Soil is sandy loam for the most part, no clay. And any advice on setting up plow? I'm a novice. Thanks for replies.






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It should have no problem. I have a TC33D with R4 and x4 and it pulled it through solid clay no problem (I was farting around to see if it would work and it did). The plow I used was an extremely old and heavy JD one made for a larger tractor as the coulter would hit the swinging draw bar under the rear axle. Had it been removed it would have worked perfect. As far as setting it up, there's not much to consider except that when it's being pulled that the plows run level and straight to the ground. And because the right wheels will be riding in the plowed area which will make the tractor sit at an angle you'll have to adjust the right link's "leveling box".






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