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Old ferguson 2 bottom 3pt plow

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jcip

03-22-2011 04:41:24
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I have a Ferguson 2 bottom 3 pt plow in need of shares. I seem to recall the model as AO or AI? or something like that, I am not near plow at this time. If anyone can tell me where I might be able to get shares, I would like to get them. Otherwise this plow will be for sale, does it have any value to a collector, or should I scrap?? Thanks, John




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J.Wondergem

03-23-2011 15:23:34
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 Re: Old ferguson 2 bottom 3pt plow in reply to SadFarmall, 03-22-2011 04:41:24  
Dad always ran the jointers, and coulters in sod, and took the jointers off in corn stalks, or other trash.



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jcip

03-22-2011 15:57:54
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 Re: Old ferguson 2 bottom 3pt plow in reply to jcip, 03-22-2011 04:41:24  
Thank you all for the advice. I have had several 2N/9N tractors I have bought, fixed, sold, but had no experience with this plow. I believe I will try to get shares, and list it for sale. I have no colters however.



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JSTPA

03-22-2011 13:59:38
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 Re: Old ferguson 2 bottom 3pt plow in reply to jcip, 03-22-2011 04:41:24  
Try Yoder plow parts
7565 sr 514
big prairie, ohio 44611 You'll have to send them a letter , because they don't have a phone. I believe they're amish. I got two points for my ferguson plow from them in september. Price for points was $40.70 plus shipping.Make sure and give them the number off the point , not the plow itself. hth, jstpa



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8Nr--WI

03-22-2011 11:23:01
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 Re: Old ferguson 2 bottom 3pt plow in reply to jcip, 03-22-2011 04:41:24  
JC---you have been given good advice about this.

Here is a Dearborn for sale now on this site. $425 and looks to be complete with tailwheel, coulters and joiners....

The Dearborn and Ferguson 2 bottom plows are highly sought after items---everyone with a N Series Tractor wants one---if they are plowing a garden or small acreage.

If you have the "old style" blacksmith/fishhook shares and can find some NOS, you will most likely pay more for the shares than you would spend on a good used plow.....collectors premium.

I have seen a "restored" Dearborn 2/14 Plow sell for over $1000 a few years back.....about what you can buy a running Ford N Tractor for today.

Tim

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BCnT

03-23-2011 10:46:23
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 Re: Old ferguson 2 bottom 3pt plow in reply to 8Nr--WI, 03-22-2011 11:23:01  
what is it youre calling joiners? i have had that exact type plow in the family since new...never heard that term for any parts.



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8Nr--WI

03-23-2011 12:50:00
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 Re: Old ferguson 2 bottom 3pt plow in reply to BCnT, 03-23-2011 10:46:23  
BC....they are the arm, knuckle and blade and check chains that you see next to the coulter in my picture. Sometimes referred to as "scrapers".

A lot of times these were taken off and thrown on the trash pile as they tend to clog up with debris.....my plow does not have the jointers so I have never plowed with them on myself.

Click below to see a picture of part of a full unit...missing knuckle and blades....

Tim

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8Nr--WI

03-23-2011 12:55:18
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BCnT

03-24-2011 05:57:49
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 Re: Another Picture in reply to 8Nr--WI, 03-23-2011 12:55:18  
ok,thanx...they must have not been standard equitment...ours had coulters but i dont think i ever remember them being used...they got misplaced somewhere tween here and Galveston when we moved cattle and equiptment...if ours had joiners,they probably sunk in the sand where my grandfather laid em down.



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flying belgian

03-22-2011 10:26:36
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 Re: Old ferguson 2 bottom 3pt plow in reply to jcip, 03-22-2011 04:41:24  
If this is a working plow as opposed to a show plow just buy any shares and blow some holes in the right spots with the torch and bolt them on. Just use any bolts. By the time you ever ware the bolt heads off you and I will both be gone.



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Chuck NH

03-22-2011 09:58:37
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 Re: Old ferguson 2 bottom 3pt plow in reply to jcip, 03-22-2011 04:41:24  
New shares will be expensive. Bought some a couple years ago for mine. Don't scrap. I'm always looking for plows and plow parts.



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Tom Stenerson

03-22-2011 09:20:46
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 Re: Old ferguson 2 bottom 3pt plow in reply to jcip, 03-22-2011 04:41:24  
Please don't scrap it.It's an an AO 12 or 14 and the right companion piece for 9N or 2N Ford.I paid $200 for mine in decent shape.



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