Topic: Re: WD45 AND PLOW REUNITE
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Not too sure if you can get the wheels Narrow enough, for a Mounted 2x14"..
For sure, you will need the rear wheels moved IN all the way..
A slatted plow scours pretty well..there is less steel for the soil to stick to.
In that soil, you will find that WD-45 will not have much of a load on it..
Here in central Ohio, I used a fully mounted 4x14" slatted plow for a couple years, but it was just about too heavy for the WD-45 to lift out of the ground..
For a 4x14", the rear wheels are set-out much wider..not "all the way", but almost..
The "Snap-Coupler" was developed because it was Safer than the old WD "Thru-Pin" the WD used..
Find a way to convert the lift arms for use of the releasing latches or find a plow that will use them..they DO Release if, for some reason the lower attachment should come loose..
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