I just went out and pulled the one off of my parts plow. The hole pattern is in the form of an isosceles triangle. The two lower holes are 5/8" dia. and are spaced 3" apart (center-to-center). The upper hole is 1" dia and is spaced 3 5/16" from both the lower holes (center to center). Also, the piece is made of 5/8" thick steel. I am going to scan my part and post the scan here so that you can scale it either using your computer (microsoft paint works for this), or by hand to get the exact shape.
Re: Case BE series plow questions in reply to Christopher Mikesell, 10-26-2012 20:46:21
Here is the scan. It dosen't look as worn in real life as the scan suggests. I scaned it in greyscale, that is why it looks like it has been torched. It is actually green where it wasn't exposed to the elements.
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