Negreetfarmer wrote:Has anyone ever replaced the springs on the back of their tractor if so what did you order mine are worn out and don't really put any pressure down on my rear plows allowing them to kind of ride on top of the soil.
If they are not rusty bad they should be fine.
1. Adjust the height of your rear feet or shanks [ same thing just different names] with the top clamp to get them the same height as the fronts. Do this on level ground with the lift set to just let the feet touch the ground. .
2. Then adjust the bottom clamps up until there is no slack in the spring, go 1 inch farther and tighten them down.
3. make sure your sweeps are not worn out [ not enough point on the end] if so replace them , a cub should have an 8 inch sweep on the rear.
4. Adjust the angle of the shank [ the bolt on the back side of the shank or foot as some call them] to get the amount of furrow you want left in the row.
you should be good to go then