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Farmall a Plow

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Machine249

02-05-2012 15:53:28
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I'm looking to get a one bottom plow (Original style) for my A. I also need the hand lift and I think a rock shaft. Does anyone have a picture of the plow/hand lift set-up? It would be helpful to know what I need and what I should be looking for when I go to the salvage yard. Thanks in advance for any and all help.




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El Toro

02-06-2012 12:28:04
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 Re: Farmall a Plow in reply to Machine249, 02-05-2012 15:53:28  

If you could find this Little Wonder plow it can be pulled from your drawbar. Hal



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mkirsch

02-06-2012 12:09:48
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 Re: Farmall a Plow in reply to Machine249, 02-05-2012 15:53:28  
That is why the lift lever on the A is very long. It may also be spring-loaded from what I remember.

When the hydraulic lifts came along, people threw these plows in the garbage and never looked back... That's why they're so rare and it's so difficult to find all the parts you need. Heck, not many people know exactly what you need even.



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Machine249

02-05-2012 17:31:07
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 Re: Farmall a Plow in reply to Machine249, 02-05-2012 15:53:28  
Thanks for the info fellas. I know my local salvage yard has a plow, I just need to find the parts to make it go up and down. Thanks again.



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GriffNC

02-05-2012 17:05:02
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 Re: Farmall a Plow in reply to Machine249, 02-05-2012 15:53:28  
I have a old style bottom plow for a cub - A I can get a picture of it tomorrow and e-mail it .
I want a hundered bucks for it ,



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gene bender

02-05-2012 19:30:21
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 Re: Farmall a Plow in reply to GriffNC, 02-05-2012 17:05:02  
The Cub plow is not the same as the one used on the A They fasten to the tractor different and the lift assy is also different. The beam for the Cub is also shorter.



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GriffNC

02-05-2012 17:06:58
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 Re: Farmall a Plow in reply to GriffNC, 02-05-2012 17:05:02  
PS I have only the plow , no brackets , ect .



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El Toro

02-05-2012 17:18:01
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 Re: Farmall a Plow in reply to GriffNC, 02-05-2012 17:06:58  

The plow for the Farmall A is a 16-inch plow. The Cub plow is 12 or 14 inches. You can advertise it on the Classified Ads under Marketplace. Hal



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gene bender

02-05-2012 19:34:00
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 Re: Farmall a Plow in reply to El Toro, 02-05-2012 17:18:01  
The plows for the A come in 12.14,16in bottoms also come with guage wheels and rolling cutters and joiners fixed or mounted to the rolling cutters as extras even choice of steel or rubber guage wheels.



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El Toro

02-05-2012 17:04:03
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 Re: Farmall a Plow in reply to Machine249, 02-05-2012 15:53:28  

You need to make sure you get all the brackets for installing the plow on the tractor when you buy a plow. Mine were istalled on the plow when I bought the tractor. I left them on when I had the plow sandblsted. Hal



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gene bender

02-05-2012 16:57:21
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 Re: Farmall a Plow in reply to Machine249, 02-05-2012 15:53:28  
You better get an owners manual before looking for the plow as there are lots of mounting parts. Rockshaft yes with linkage on it ,wishbone assy that goes on the steering sector then depth lever mounting on the bell housing and of course the lift lever that mounts on the drivers platform. I have some of the parts if you can find one.



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BoonvilleKid

02-06-2012 09:41:21
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 Re: Farmall a Plow in reply to gene bender, 02-05-2012 16:57:21  
Not wanting to change his subject, but just have to ask this question: How does a person lift the plow at the end of the row. Since it's "full", its very heavy, too heavy to be lifted by the manual arms. Backing up the tractor kinda solves the problem, but is their a proper way?



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El Toro

02-06-2012 12:46:36
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 Re: Farmall a Plow in reply to BoonvilleKid, 02-06-2012 09:41:21  
You can lift that plow on the Farmall A using the long lever in the pic I posted. If its covered with sod or dirt backing up may make it somewhat easier. The plow on the Cub and A's isn't very light. The long lever gives you a mechanical advantage and you're not lifting the full weight of the plow. Hal



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BoonvilleKid

02-06-2012 19:48:29
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 Re: Farmall a Plow in reply to El Toro, 02-06-2012 12:46:36  
I don't understand what you mean when you say "you're not lifting the full weight of the plow". When you come to the end of the row, that 16" plow is full of heavy soil (plowing 8" deep) and it's sure more than I can lift. Heck, I couldn't have lifted it when I was 18. Our soil doesn't run off the side when lifted. I just wondered if there was a way Farmall suggested doing it. The only way I can see how is to back up. But, that's real hard on the yoke-frame & tailwheel.

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