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Re: A Farmall Breaking Plow Setup

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02-05-2013 16:29:45

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I'm familiar with the Plow for the Super A. The A should be similar, except it would have a manual lift rather than hydraulic. You will reverse the drawbar and attach it to the front mounting bolts on the final drives. Then the plow will bolt to the drawbar. I'm assuming it is a right hand plow. You will bolt the plow beam attachment which has the big springs to the right most holes in the drawbar. The tractor wheels will need to be turn in to the next to narrowest setting which is probably how you have them if you have been using the cultivator. Once the plow is attached to the drawbar, you will then use a chain from the plow to the rear cultivator rockshaft to lift the plow. If you have all the attachements for the plow, there is a draft control rod that will go to the front lift to adjust the angle of the plow front to rear. When using this, you will take the lock bolts out of the drawbar mounting brackets which will allow the drawbar to move up and down on the pivots. The draft control rod which is attached to support the drawbar is adjusted to get the plow to plow at the depth you desire. To get started, the front of the plow beam is lowered to make the plow dig in. After you get started and the tractor tire is running in the furrow, you can raise the front of the plow beam to adjust the depth. In the event you don't have the draft control parts (which are frequently missing), you can still use the plow by locking the drawbar in position with the lock bolts. To get started, the drawbar will need to be in the lowest position, otherwise the plow will not dig in. I used one of these plows on a super A for years without the draft control and usually just left the drawbar in the lowest position. Good luck.

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gene bender

02-05-2013 16:38:22

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 Re: A Farmall Breaking Plow Setup in reply to Haas, 02-05-2013 16:29:45  
The plow for the A doesent hook to the drawbar it fastens to a "y" shaped bracket going to the front steering sector. The depth is controlled by a lever mounted on the bell housing. The lever for lifting the plow is spring loaded and bolts to the drivers platform next to the fender.Does that answer your question if not i can answer what ever you would want to know.

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