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  1. Guys, Guys enough already! Agree to disagree and leave it at that please.
  2. Massey Ferguson must have had a much better diff lock design , in that era, because in 20 years of 3pt mounted moldbord plowing I never broke one. Every time the on-land tractor wheel slipped it was customary to stomp on the diff lock to get through the wet or hard bit.
  3. From what I understand with the 86 series, diff locks were more common on tractors with a 3pt. and presumably to help with moldbord plowing. Very rare for an IH tractor without 3pt to have a diff lock.
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