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I recently acquired a 2000 John Deere 4300 compact tractor from an elderly neighbor. It came with a 72" plow blade and the skids/feet are pretty worn out and need to be replaced.
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There are no markings on the plow or the feet and the local JD dealer does not have record of a plow purchase for my neighbor.

Shaft OD is 1 3/4"
Plate is 5 3/4" square (I don't care if the replacements are round or square)
OAL is 10 1/2"

The closest replacements I have found have a smaller shaft diameter that will allow the feet to bobble around inside the collar and that will cause stability issues.

Anyone have any information on the manufacturer/model of this plow?
 

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Measure across not the outside diameter OD cause the outside diameter of mine it’s like almost 3 inches in the one pictured .
The other ones I see are smaller around and they’re outside in the scrap pile.

but then I don’t use shoes.
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do you have any other pictures of the plow so we could identify it if it was manufactured by someone there should be a plate or a serial number someplace on the unit.
 

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Measure across not the outside diameter OD cause the outside diameter of mine it’s like almost 3 inches in the one pictured .
The other ones I see are smaller around and they’re outside in the scrap pile.

but then I don’t use shoes.
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That is the same measurement I took for the shaft diameter

What brand shoes are those? I don't care if the replacement shoes are round or square.
 
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