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Re: Hey Tony, speaking of disc plows...

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07-25-2013 11:53:44

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I have a set of MF 64 disc plows (bent tube) frame.
My disc plows do a great job of turning over ground.
if you have roots, rocks or heavy filth, they are great.

we need to see a picture of your plows, not everyone has a set of disc plows.

my friend has a set of the older straight frame Ferguson disc plows. We bought this set together then decided every man needs his own set of disc plows, so we bought the second set.

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Jason S.

07-25-2013 12:25:17

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 Re: Hey Tony, speaking of disc plows... in reply to maxwell99, 07-25-2013 11:53:44  
Here you go Maxwell, I have noticed mine still has the plugs in the beam. Most of them I see the plugs are long gone. I never have removed them or the end caps to see if there is anything in it. I have heard of Ferguson wrenches being in there. I need to put a new disc in the front because mine is getting worn down. $148.00 thru Agco for the 1/4" one instead of the thinner 3/16" one that is available aftermarket. I actually have a two bottom "A-151 disk plow" as IHC called it for my farmall super A. It only takes about 2 hours to hook it up.

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Jason S.

07-25-2013 12:26:32

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 Re: Hey Tony, speaking of disc plows... in reply to Jason S., 07-25-2013 12:25:17  
It would help if I attached the picture...

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07-25-2013 12:13:54

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 Re: Hey Tony, speaking of disc plows... in reply to maxwell99, 07-25-2013 11:53:44  
I posted a pic of mine after I bought it but that"s been a good while back. Mine is the straight beam Ferguson. I think the reason Massey changed to a bent beam was it allowed the second disc to make a bigger cut than the straight beam ones. I don"t know that but that"s the conclusion I came up with. If you ever get the chance measure the distance between the right edge of the first disc and the right hand edge of the second disc on both of those plows that you are around and see if their isn"t a difference. I had read that the even later models of Massey disc plows had a multi piece welded beam instead of a one piece beam that had been bent. I"m sure it was cheaper to manufacture that way. I haven"t ever seen one though.

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