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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

Plow part names

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Richard from SE AZ

04-23-2012 08:28:46
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My 1st time on ths forum. Please don"t laugh, I"m a retired unerground miner, not a farmer. I recently acquired a 1 bottom plow.The pointy part on the end that digs into the gound is pretty much rounded off. What is it called and where can I get replacement




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Don-Wi

04-23-2012 19:25:49
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 Re: Plow part names in reply to Ken Sweet, 04-23-2012 08:28:46  
We call it a land SLIDE here. So in my book he's right. Different terms for different areas.
Makes sense to me as it slides on the land, hence landslide.

Donovan from Wisconsin



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Shetland Sheepdog

04-23-2012 17:46:23
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 Re: Plow part names in reply to JDseller, 04-23-2012 08:28:46  
Yeah, what Scott said! Did you get that name from Willie? Didn't Jakie learn you nuffin? ROFL

Sneaker



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Scott 730

04-23-2012 17:28:53
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 Re: Plow part names in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 04-23-2012 08:28:46  
[quote="donjr"](quoted from post at 14:35:32 04/23/12) There is a part that contacts the unturned side of the furrow called a 'landslide', quote]
LANDSIDE. Not slide.



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Richard from SE AZ

04-23-2012 21:42:40
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 Re: Plow part names in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 04-23-2012 08:28:46  
Thanks for the replys Guys. The illustration is great. I can't look for suggested details tomorrow cuz I have to drive 100 miles to have some Duck( didn't want to say quack) take pictures of the inside of my head and neck. while I'm asking,what is the colter (now I know what it's called) for. This one is froze up so I have to get it to turn so it can do what its supposed to.



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Billy NY

04-23-2012 15:45:22
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 Re: Plow part names in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 04-23-2012 08:28:46  
This might be helpful:

It appears this particular plow does not have "shins", as its part of the moldboard.



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Fred from MO

04-24-2012 13:44:54
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 Re: Plow part names in reply to Billy NY, 04-23-2012 15:45:22  
Excellent picture !



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Earl-IL

04-23-2012 14:07:58
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 Re: Plow part names in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 04-23-2012 08:28:46  
Welcome to the wonderful world of plowing. We can help. Can you post a picture of the plow to help ID. it. Can you take the plow share, point off to see if there are any numbers stamped on the back side. Earl



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donjr

04-23-2012 12:35:32
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 Re: Plow part names in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 04-23-2012 08:28:46  
How about a quick rundown. That 'pointy'art is called a 'share'. The large, curved piece is the moldboard- hence the term 'moldboard plow'. The leading edge of the molboard, just above the share, is the 'shin', and may also need to be replaced occasionally. There is a part that contacts the unturned side of the furrow called a 'landslide', again another replacement part. Some of these have a replacement pad rather than the whole landslide. The whole thiong is held together by the 'frog'. Hope this helps you some.

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Ultradog MN

04-23-2012 11:49:52
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 Re: Plow part names in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 04-23-2012 08:28:46  
I'm not far from JMS MN so we likewise call them shares.
As for getting a new one it depends on your brand and model of plow.
IIRC you have a Ford N so maybe this is a 3 point plow - maybe Dearborn or Ferguson?
Ask on the N board for Scott in PA. He's probably the best source for those old plow parts.
Many of them are NLA however so it depends on what model you have.



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8N'r--WI

04-23-2012 11:51:01
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 Re: Plow part names in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-23-2012 11:49:52  
U.D.--quit hijacking my replies :>)



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Ultradog MN

04-23-2012 19:14:58
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 Re: Plow part names in reply to 8N'r--WI, 04-23-2012 11:51:01  
You must have been typing a little faster than me as I see you posted a whole two seconds sooner.
Remind me not to challenge you in a gunfight ala Matt Dillon.



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8N'r--WI

04-23-2012 11:49:50
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 Re: Plow part names in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 04-23-2012 08:28:46  
What kind of plow and model do you have...some of the old plows have shares that are very hard to find.

Most of the plows have readily available sources for replaceable shares.

If you can"t identify your plow, put a picture of it on here. Someone will be able to ID it for you, and make a recommendation as to where to get shares.

Tim



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Bob Bancroft

04-23-2012 08:45:25
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 Re: Plow part names in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 04-23-2012 08:28:46  
share, or point, here



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JMS/.MN

04-23-2012 08:32:29
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 Re: Plow part names in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 04-23-2012 08:28:46  
Plowshare. Sometimes "shear", plow lay.



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