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10-02-2012 09:30:21

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i would think so, most smaller tractors even pulling a trailer plow still ran the right rear tire in the plough furrow.

this made the driver set at an angle in the seat.

if this is what you are talking about

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10-02-2012 15:01:30

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 Re: plowing question in reply to maxwell99, 10-02-2012 09:30:21  
the position you most see with 3pt plows is right hand on hyd lever and body turned with face facing rearward. my dad did it as did my brothers and me. i thought it was done because we were always adjusting the depth of the plow with the hyd lever. a pull behind plow that has no 3pt hook up is there adjusting the depth of plow while actually plowing?
we plowed with a TO-20 and TO-35.

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10-02-2012 16:38:55

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 Re: plowing question in reply to s19438, 10-02-2012 15:01:30  

i have an old to-35 and it has the depth control so i do not have to watch it so.

guess you just get in the habit of looking back.

the little T0-35 with 3-12's can really roll some dirt and does a good job.
I installed new coulters on the plow (mf62) this year.

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10-03-2012 04:24:24

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 Re: plowing question in reply to maxwell99, 10-02-2012 16:38:55  
my dad bought the 35 new in 55. (green belly) according to my much older brothers the "depth" control never worked as advertised.

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