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I picked this up over the summer, and finally got the chance to try it out. Yeah, I’m hooked!
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Yeah it's fun.........you're addicted.......lol
I might be. It’s time to tear it down and give it some fresh paint and decal for plow season!
 

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I think it is 10”… but I’m not positive how to measure them.
 
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I wasn’t sure either so I did a quick search. I asked because I found an old JD ad advertising the Brinly 10” plow for the round fenders. Don’t remember where I found it, one of the GT sites.

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I’ve always wanted a cat-0 plow for my 400. Since I now have a newly acquired sleeve hitch for the 110, I’m looking to get a sleeve hitch plow and fab a cat-0 A frame to use it on either tractor. I know the 400 would pull a 12” but not sure if the 110 would.
 

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Too bad you live so far away Tom. I don't remember what size it is, but I'd have a plow I'd sell you. I know it's not an 8". I kind of think it's a 10".

As for what will pull what size, our rule of thumb around here is, size of plow should be about equal to the tractor horsepower. I have no doubt though that an 8hp round fender could pull a 10" plow, and apparently a 7hp will too according to your flyer that you posted. The tractor they are showing is a first year, 1963 110. I think either tractor, 7hp or 8hp would struggle a bit trying to pull a 12" plow.
 

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It's the location of where the lift handle/quadrant is mounted on the pedestal tower. 63's were the only year to have them mounted high, just below the edge of the hood, whereas the 64's thru '67's were mounted lower, just above the frame where the pedestal mounts. The fiberglass fenders and the starter/generator belt shield were give aways too.
 

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Another way of knowing that this is an early advertising piece is due to the wording on the flyer: "For use with John Deere 110 Lawn and Garden tractor." Because of how they specifically used 110 and also due to the word tractor being singular (no "S") it means this flyer came out before 1966 as the 112 wasn't produced yet.
 

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Another way of knowing that this is an early advertising piece is due to the wording on the flyer: "For use with John Deere 110 Lawn and Garden tractor." Because of how they specifically used 110 and also due to the word tractor being singular (no "S") it means this flyer came out before 1966 as the 112 wasn't produced yet.
Great job with the attachment identification and info guys. A lot of good detective work done by sharp expert eyes on this site that really know John Deere machinery and other attachments. Our johndeereelfman said it best, 'This Site is Awesome!
 
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