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Hello all! i got a new plow today, do you think my B-10 can pull it? :p [IMG]http://i973.photobucket.com/albums/ae218/johndeereunstyledb/Stuff/100_1640.jpg[/IMG] hahaha :D its an Allis Chalmers 3 bottom. paid 50 bones for it.

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thanks. I posted it on redpower, and someone asked about the furrow wheel as well. maybe its an oddball? i also have this one bottom AC on steel(its got a bolt on rubber dual wheel) [IMG]http://i973.photobucket.com/albums/ae218/johndeereunstyledb/my%20farm%20machinery/15956_181396458476_666833476_285848.jpg[/IMG]

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You may be suprised if you try it. I don't know what the soil is like out there, but I've pulled basketball sized rocks out of the ground with my 725 and a single bottom plow. If you have some decent soil that's not full of rocks and has been worked so that it's not grown over with grass you just may be able to turn it over even with a small tractor and that three-bottom plow.

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haha im not sure if it could handle it around here! its a little sandy at my house, but once you got 10 miles west east towards the farm, it gets to be pretty thick clay ground. i bet it could pull the one bottom tho? weve got a field behind the yard that we dont own but im sure the owner wont mind if i try it out before he cultivates and plants it!

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