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10-14-2012 13:58:04

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So I decided to go over the old plow before I put it to use and the front share is in need of work or replacement. I know it is a long shot but the dearborn part number is 101001. The rear must have been replaced with a star mfg part number 1X 100000. Any info on replacements is appreciated. If anyone has any advice on rebuilding blacksmith style I am willing to learn that too.
Thanks Oh it is a dearborn model 10-1 plow

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10-15-2012 08:01:47

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 Re: plow shares in reply to Frankmn, 10-14-2012 13:58:04  
to my knowledge 10-1 prior model shares are not available .if its a prior model, they can be reshaped if not worn too excessivly, and can be repointed. if its a economy type plow,start with a new holland dealer.theres kind of an art to drawing one out,and unless you have blacksmithing equipment youll be money ahead by changing to a more modern plow with economy types shares.but lots of times you can reshape one. theres sort of a art to it,thats takes a while to explain. but its not all that hard if you have the right equipment to do it.and enough metal left to work with.

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