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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

2 way flip over plow

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Tony in Mass.

10-13-2009 18:03:50

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I never thought I would need an owner's manual for a one bottom plow, but after getting this old Ferguson? Dearborn? 2 way, one over the other, back in shape, I can't figure out when or how it is suppose to flip from the seat. Standing next to it- with the point on the ground, is easy. There is a coil spring above the colter post I need to change, and two - rope pulleys? far forward. Is this the trick? Like a dump rake? The pin will still be in place unless I am missing something... thanks in advance, tony

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Scott PA

10-14-2009 17:28:00

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 Re: 2 way flip over plow in reply to Tony in Mass., 10-13-2009 18:03:50  
You have a Ferguson-Lindeman model LP-16 plow, there is a special top link you must be missing with an alignment rod, arm with a roller for the pin release and a fork that goes over one pulley at a time when you raise your 3 point hitch to turn the plow, if you noticed the hole where the top link goes on the top of the plow is one size smaller that the normal top link pin hole.

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Tony in Mass.

10-14-2009 18:33:00

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 Re: 2 way flip over plow in reply to Scott PA, 10-14-2009 17:28:00  
Scott, you obviuosly have one of these things- so the top link has an arm that must fit in the yoke with the coil springs on both sides? sounds like something I can weld up- but it sounds like adjusting the length of the top link would be tough- or was it 22" on the centers period? As for the pulleys, that will be a tough thing to fabricate without ever seeing one... sounds like the top link is 50% of the plow?... that stinks. I guess I will be getting on and off. A wealth of information in one paragragh! Thank you Scott! good night, Tony

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Scott PA

10-15-2009 17:23:41

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 Re: 2 way flip over plow in reply to Tony in Mass., 10-14-2009 18:33:00  
Do you have access to a fax machine? I could send you a picture of the top link so you can ask the person you got it from if they still have it, you can click on send email to reply.

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Tony in Mass.

10-15-2009 17:40:28

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 Re: 2 way flip over plow in reply to Scott PA, 10-15-2009 17:23:41  
Oh that ain't gonna happen Scott, that part is long gone. My fax is out of ink anyway. But, I have an idea this top link is 'L' shaped, but the arm is welded on at a certain angle. The part that fits on the front rollers has me stumped until I see one. There are alot of Fergie 2 way plows around here, but all butterfly except this one. I thought it was only missing a piece of angle with a rope attached or something. wrong again. Pics of one will pop up one of these days, thanks again Scott, tony

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Scott PA

10-16-2009 17:32:00

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 Re: 2 way flip over plow in reply to Tony in Mass., 10-15-2009 17:40:28  
I can mail you a picture then, click on send email to give me your address, thanks, Scott.

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Ultradog MN

10-14-2009 09:19:14

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 Re: 2 way flip over plow in reply to Tony in Mass., 10-13-2009 18:03:50  
For reasons that would take longer than I care to explain/type I can not post a link to this site.
But if you go to the website in the picture and look under the manuals section I think they have a manual for that plow.
Good luck.

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Tony in Mass.

10-14-2009 18:43:00

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 Re: 2 way flip over plow in reply to Ultradog MN, 10-14-2009 09:19:14  
I don't know about the rest of the world, but MSN has been mistreating me all week, I'm ready to go to broadband. I found that 8n site a few months ago, when I was trying to figure out my fergie sickle bar, could blow it up barely enough to read, but I learned from it. Lately I crash and burn trying to go onto certain sites, this ntractor one shuts me off- so does my mailbox, photo albums, etc etc. Time to join the 21 st century huh? I'll keep trying it tho- thanks ultradog! Tony

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