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Re: A Farmall Moldboard Lift

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gene bender

02-20-2013 17:43:51

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That rod realy wouldnt need to be so it could float as you do pull the lever back to lift the plow. I would guess they had that part in two pieces for assy. Yourlever is for adjusting the depth of the plow. Does yours have the guage wheel?

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Mo in NE Tx

02-20-2013 19:28:48

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 Re: A Farmall Moldboard Lift in reply to gene bender, 02-20-2013 17:43:51  
Gene, I picked up the lift lever that mounts on the right side of the floor board. I also have the depth lever that mounts on the side of the trans tunnel. No gauge wheel. I realize the depth is controlled by the angle of the point and not the lift lever. Back a few years ago,(quite a few), we used to plow with a walking plow behing a team of mules and you had to learn how to set the plow up so not to work yourself to death. After a while we could plow this heavy clay with just one hand after we learned not to fight the plow. The rod that goes under the seat to the plow should not put downward pressure on the plow is how I see the lay-out in the manual and should be free to float with the beam. My rod is frozen solid and I just needed confirmation that it should be free to float.

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02-20-2013 22:31:06

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 Re: A Farmall Moldboard Lift in reply to Mo in NE Tx, 02-20-2013 19:28:48  
yes that rod need to be free ,in case of up presure (rocks and such)it can rise without damage to parts ,stumper

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