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El Toro

10-15-2012 06:44:48

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Here's your link. Hal

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10-15-2012 10:23:30

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 Re: Collections in reply to El Toro, 10-15-2012 06:44:48  
Forgot about posting the link like that.

I was going to post a pic of my brother in laws Gibson Montgomery Wards 14 hydro the other day but the battery is dead.

Is your plow mechanical lift or does it use the hydraulics?

My brother in law was always under the impression he could hook a plow to it and use the hydraulics. The deck is hydraulic lift but I don't see any ports for anything else.

I do have a plow like that but think it is for a Sears SS12+/-.

I also have a 30" blade that I think is for a walk behind tractor. It has some red flecks on the back.

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El Toro

10-18-2012 05:42:33

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 Re: Collections in reply to rrobert, 10-15-2012 10:23:30  

Here's the attachment for my snowblade. It can be raised and lowered using the hydraulics. When I bought the tractor it came with a 38" tiller, but I returned it to Wards since it was too heavy to handle. It was also raised and lowered by the hydraulic lift. Hal

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10-18-2012 14:45:42

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 Re: Collections in reply to El Toro, 10-18-2012 05:42:33  
Thanks for the pics. I always wondered why the bumper had heavy duty pin holes in it.

Yup, it's heavy all around. When I have it up to sharpen the blades, I use jackstands and extra chains to make sure it doesn't drop on me.

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10-18-2012 15:09:16

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 Re: Collections in reply to rrobert, 10-18-2012 14:45:42  
Side image.

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El Toro

10-15-2012 11:55:52

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 Re: Collections in reply to rrobert, 10-15-2012 10:23:30  

My tractor has hydraulic lift it will lift the rear discharge rotary mower under the belly of the tractor. It will also lift my snow blade when installed on the front. My moldboard plow came off an old Viking G tractor that I bought in 1960 for $15.00. It also came with the cultivator and disk harrow. When I bought the Wards tractor I kept the plow when I sold the Viking.

To get the plow to work right on the Wards tractor I had to make a frame almost identical to the way to the handle bars and drawbar on the Viking. Another bracket was made so it fits my sleeve hitch with one pin. The frame also has another bracket that supports the plow similar to what was used on the handlebars of the Viking and is supported with two 3/8-NF cap screws that came with the tractor. I made templates out of white cardboard of the handles on the Viking. It took awhile to get the correct angles using an acetylene torch. Here are some pics of that frame. The lever in the picture came with the plow for tilting the point. It's bolted to the drawbar and I leave it on there when I remove the frame and hang it on the wall in my mini-barn. Hal PS: The Viking tractor and plow & attachments were bought new in 1936 by the original owner.

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