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Re: Wooden Beam Walking Plow ??????

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02-01-2013 08:03:27

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Thanks for the reply. The lay is a lot differant on the one I bought. It is a 12" lay & the lay is shorter or not a long or swept back if that makes sense. I woke up thinking about this plow this morning & I'm going to look in my C. H. Wendel book to see what I can find. I'm not bragging but this plow is museum quality. I will send pics some time. Gerald

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02-01-2013 08:26:25

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 Re: Wooden Beam Walking Plow ?????? in reply to gmccool, 02-01-2013 08:03:27  
the one I posted is a "breaking" plow style, a regular bottom will be as you describe made to roll over virgin soil, does your beam look like this one at all?

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02-01-2013 08:52:24

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 Re: Wooden Beam Walking Plow ?????? in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-01-2013 08:26:25  
Yes the beam looks like the one pictured but it doesn't have the wheel under it. I think the little wheel is so it doesn't gouge in to deep but I'm not 100% sure. I also have a steel beam CASE walking plow & it does have the little wheel under it. I would like to scour my steel beam up but I need to learn a lot more about hooking it up correctly before I attempt it. I'm told if they are hooked up correcly they don't have a lot of draft. But with half a dozen holes to choose from I don't know which one to use so I have a little learning to do before I drop it in the dirt. Gerald

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