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Little Wonder plow shears

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soilfarmer

09-15-2010 16:57:34
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Im looking for 2 14 inch PN 521782R91 plow shears for my plow. I have tried IH with no success and they tried their obsolete parts sourse. Any ideas? 2 4 IH little wonder




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AG in IN

09-17-2010 06:37:48
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 Re: Little Wonder plow shears in reply to soilfarmer, 09-15-2010 16:57:34  
You have a slightly odd share. It's 14 inch. It shows up in parts merchandiser catalogs from the late 1950's. It was originally factory hard surfaced according to my book. It should be a quick-attach share that uses an an eyebolt towards the center of the share and a 3/8 bolt toward the outside edge to attatch it. It subs to IH p/n 465 993 R91, (1984 superseded parts catalog) which is also hard surfaced. This number was available a couple of years back (I bought some, 2006 maybe?) from C-IH, but was NLA last I checked, even though it shows up when doing a parts search Messick's (C-NH dealer) website. The 0-554 series were the "Regular" shares, and any of the O-554 series shares will work, and be the easiest to find. OD554-51 still shows up on Messick's website also. Obsolete depots still have some of these: O-580 is an alfalfa share, O-574's are rice pattern/blackroots, O-566 is cobblestone, and O-670's are listed as 16" shares for 14" bottoms (overcuts). These should all "bolt up". Whatever you come up with, keep them all the same. Happy plowing, Andrew Ginter.

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soilfarmer

09-17-2010 05:42:10
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 Re: Little Wonder plow shears in reply to soilfarmer, 09-15-2010 16:57:34  
thanks for the help. i will try to fint a number on the molboard and get back with you.



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IHCPloughman

09-16-2010 06:03:40
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 Re: Little Wonder plow shears in reply to Shetland Sheepdog, 09-15-2010 16:57:34  

soilfarmer said: (quoted from post at 23:57:34 09/15/10) Im looking for 2 14 inch PN 521782R91 plow shears for my plow. I have tried IH with no success and they tried their obsolete parts sourse. Any ideas? 2 4 IH little wonder


I looked through my parts books and could not come up with that number. Could you tell me the part number off the back of the moldboard. If I knew that I would know where to look in the books and I could maybe come up with other ideas for you.
bret4207-the Little Genius #8 built 27-60 could have had blacksmith shares, Plow Chief points and shares, or Super Chief "throw-away" shares.
This post was edited by IHCPloughman at 06:04:27 09/16/10.

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Bret4207

09-16-2010 09:15:56
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 Re: Little Wonder plow shears in reply to IHCPloughman, 09-16-2010 06:03:40  
Are they multiple piece share and points? I've never seen a LG with anything but one piece share and point. But, I ain't seen every plow out there!

Gotta say I love my LG, best darn plows I've ever used.



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Bret4207

09-15-2010 17:41:01
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 Re: Little Wonder plow shears in reply to soilfarmer, 09-15-2010 16:57:34  
Try Farmer Browns Plow SHop or BW MacNair. Google them.BTW- are you after the points, the mould board or what? The Litlle Genius uses a one piece point and share.



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