440 blade and 1010 blade

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440 blade and 1010 blade

Post by klittle » Sun Dec 27, 2009 8:26 am

can anyone tell me what the difference is between the outside blade on the 440 crawler and the outside blade on the 1010 crawler? Will the parts catalog for the 1010 blade be the same as the 440 blade or is everything different?

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Post by JD440ICD2006 » Sun Dec 27, 2009 10:14 am

The factory outside blade on the 440 is a Model 602. Do you know the model number of the blade that you have?
1959 JD 440ICD w/64 Power Angle Tilt Blade
1959 JD 440ICD w/63 Manual Angle Blade
1959 JD 440IC w/602 Manual Angle Blade
1959 JD 730D W SE (many options)
1950 JD M S w/M-20 Mower
1952 JD M W
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Post by klittle » Sun Dec 27, 2009 2:23 pm

i have a parts catalog for the 624 blade on the 1010 and I was wondering if it would be the same as the parts catalog for the 602 blade? They look identical in the pictures but I don't know.

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Post by Lavoy » Sun Dec 27, 2009 3:48 pm

There might be minor differences, the later blades for the 1010 would tilt as well as angle. Otherwise, should be very close.
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Post by JD440ICD2006 » Sun Dec 27, 2009 5:23 pm

Merely a guess, but I believe some of the base parts could be the same, but some may very well be different, especially if it is the later blade with tilt that Lavoy mentions.
The Model 602 has hydraulic lift, and 25 degree angle either side. There is no tilt on the factory 602 blade.
1959 JD 440ICD w/64 Power Angle Tilt Blade
1959 JD 440ICD w/63 Manual Angle Blade
1959 JD 440IC w/602 Manual Angle Blade
1959 JD 730D W SE (many options)
1950 JD M S w/M-20 Mower
1952 JD M W
1955 FORD 640 (burns the most fuel)

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Post by Lavoy » Sun Dec 27, 2009 8:53 pm

Okay, just looked it up to be sure, 624 blade is for 2010, very little commonality with 602 other than basic design.
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Post by Dave T » Sat Jan 02, 2010 6:18 am

While on the topic of blades, I have a inside mount, 6 way, joy stick controled blade on my 440IC. How do I find out what number blade it is? I assume it is off of a newer machine [maybe a 1010]. I don't think the 440 had a 6 way from the factory. It works great. It's 5 degrees outside.

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Post by Gil » Sat Jan 02, 2010 6:54 am

These are later outside mounting bulldozer applications from John Deere.

BULLDOZER___CRAWLER__YEAR
616_________1010______1962-1964
624_________1010______1960-1962
625_________2010______1962
626_________2010______1962-1964
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Post by shinnery » Sun Jan 03, 2010 12:04 am

Dave
The inside mount 6-way blade for a 440IC is a model 64. I recently bought one and it will probably replace a 831 loader on one of my 440ICDs. If I decide the 440IC is salvageable I might just replace the 602 on it as an easier conversion. The 64 has a S/N Plate near the center pivot, I will have to look at this one to remember exactly where.
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