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  1. WESnIL and ny bill o, thank you so much for the replies. My plow sure will not ever look that nice! What a great job! I will pull the cap off and measure it. Hopefully I can get a replacement. Thanks for the part number. When it stops raining, I'll take some pictures and attach. Chris
  2. I just bought a 3 x14 311 plow. I will use it with my 460U to plow about 5 acres for food plots. The plow has no grease fittings on the coulters It does have domed caps which I guess are to hold grease for the coulter bearings. One of the caps is rusted through and needs to be replaced. Where do you find this part and what is the part number? Is there a parts book available for these plow? Thanks for your help. Chris I hope these photos help. I will need to change a mouldboard eventually, which one do I need? Any idea as to the vintage? Anything special about setting it up to plow? Thanks Chris
  3. First, I would like to thank the folks on this forum that provided advice on this tractor. I bought it about 3 years ago and it had a few issues. The questions I posted on here were answered professionally and really provided the information I needed. I've been using the tractor on my small farm for the past two years mowing, plowing and pulling a 12' disc. I bought a 12' mower that makes the tractor work, but it is doing a great job. I bought some of the side panels that were missing, did a rattle can paint job on them and the tractor looks presentable while working. I'm really happy with it. I've learned a lot about the differences between International and Farmall and this tractor. I still have one issue though. While plowing (2 x 14") the hydraulics will somtimes jump up or down and you can hear the hydraulic pump straining. I changed the fluids with Case Hytran and put a new filter in (there was no filter in place) and the hydraulics seemed to work fine. But it makes for a hard day plowing when the depth keeps changing. What could be causing this? Is there a relief valve gone bad, or and adjustment I need to make? Thanks for any help Chris
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