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Re: Fun picture with a new plow.

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Bill Allis

10-28-2013 06:27:53

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I have been looking for a plow like that for a 50-55 hp tractor, all I find are big ones. Is that one a Ford?, Did JD and IH make 14's and 16's too? Is "rollover" what I should search for, or is there another name? Any information as to makes and models would be appreciated.


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Shetland Sheepdog

10-28-2013 18:16:10

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 Re: Fun picture with a new plow. in reply to Bill Allis, 10-28-2013 06:27:53  
JD made an 825 series, 1, 2, or 3 bottoms. solid beam or trip beam. I have an 825 with 2-16" and trip beams. They were made in the 50's and 60's. They were built with cat 2 hitch. Original owner bought them and used them with a JD 520.

HTH, Dave

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White half track

10-28-2013 10:06:26

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 Re: Fun picture with a new plow. in reply to Bill Allis, 10-28-2013 06:27:53  
This one is a ford 102 10-445 two way or rollover plow. It is a 2-16. The other one is the same 102 plow but is a 2-14. I was told they were not common but found two in 6 months so maybe more common. Serial numbers were 1035 and other is 1250. I am not sure about other models. All others I have seen were much bigger or not three point.

Thanks for all the great comments everyone.

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Shetland Sheepdog

10-29-2013 06:26:52

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 Re: Fun picture with a new plow. in reply to White half track, 10-28-2013 10:06:26  
My first experience with roll over plows was with a set like this!
Used, first with a WD, then later with a WD45 diesel. They were 2 16's

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