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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

The re appearing plow

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Berth 29 opinions

10-03-2012 15:25:50




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Bret4207

10-05-2012 12:26:19




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 Re: The re appearing plow in reply to Berth 29 opinions, 10-03-2012 15:25:50  
http://wellssouth.com/blog/?p=684
Try that link. I'm pretty sure that's an Oliver Plowmaser, 2 bottom, on steel. Looks exactly like mine, yeah the front moldboard is busted and the hitch is missing. Google Oliver Plowmaster and see for yourself. That landwheel is an Ollie trade mark.



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ED R

10-05-2012 11:10:04




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 Re: The re appearing plow in reply to Berth 29 opinions, 10-03-2012 15:25:50  
That looks to be a little bigger than a single botton. Make? I do not know. But it looks like a two bottom with the front mole board broken off ..... ed/



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730d se

10-04-2012 08:37:49




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 Re: The re appearing plow in reply to Berth 29 opinions, 10-03-2012 15:25:50  
The plow in the picture would not be original or built for a JD M or MT.
Albeit, someone may have rigged it to pull behind an MT.



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Berth 29 opinions

10-04-2012 18:27:43




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 Re: The re appearing plow in reply to 730d se, 10-04-2012 08:37:49  
That is what got me to wondering what it was. The other post said it looks like an Oliver Plowmaster. The John Deere had the bracket still on it for the correct plow. The hydraulics failed on the JD. It was replaced with an Allis Chalmer D15 with a snap coupler plow.

The JD was used to pull carts, harrows and so on after the failure.



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Berth 29 opinions

10-03-2012 15:29:56




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 Re: The re appearing plow in reply to Berth 29 opinions, 10-03-2012 15:25:50  
I was told we had a one furrow horse drawn plow, and I found out our John Deere MT had a plow.
I am trying to ID this plow, was parked here in the 1960s. Can see no name or numbers on it.



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Bret4207

10-03-2012 17:09:59




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 Re: The re appearing plow in reply to Berth 29 opinions, 10-03-2012 15:29:56  
From what I can see it looks like an Oliver Plowmaster.



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