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Re: Brinly Plow Mounting?

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El Toro

11-27-2012 06:24:37

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That side play was probably needed on the old walk behind Viking garden tractor so you could steer some. Since I try to plow in a straight
line with the right tires in the furrow I have no problems plowing. The plow and bracket are quite heavy, but my hydraulics will lift them. Hal

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Old Roy

11-27-2012 11:53:12

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 Re: Brinly Plow Mounting? in reply to El Toro, 11-27-2012 06:24:37  
It just got to get me thinking, as brindly plows have an adjustment at the Yoke,/clevis that holds the plow in line. What you say makes sense for a walk behind.
Must have a longer land side ( I guess you'd call it ??)to keep straight in the furrow.

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El Toro

11-27-2012 12:14:32

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 Re: Brinly Plow Mounting? in reply to Old Roy, 11-27-2012 11:53:12  

Here's a picture of the plow used by the StandardTwin walk behind tractor. That bracket you're referring to actually lifts the plow when the handles are raised. The Viking was similar.
Items number 6 and 7 and that bracket is made somewhat different than used by the Viking. I still have an extra plow point. The framework I made for the Wards tractor was copied from the
Viking handlebars and drawbar by making templates
from white cardboard. The hardest part was bending the metal so each piece had the same angle as the handles. Hal

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