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Re: two bottom plow identification

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10-20-2012 08:39:06

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Description - does it have a lever on the right, a crank on the left? Steel wheels, rubber wheels? Trip lever with a rope on a gearcase, or open gears?


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10-21-2012 06:24:36

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 Re: two bottom plow identification in reply to paul, 10-20-2012 08:39:06  
I can get a picture has rubber wheels, the levers for adjusting plow depth are two long handles facing front of plow. trip rope goes to a handle on the right side as you face the front of the plow. I would say it must be gear box you mentioned as I see no open gears. It has small patches of light blueish paint on it so I suspect a faded John Deere? Picked it up for $50.00 at an state sale and am plannin on using it to plow up an acre for our family garden. Who made it does'nt really matter to me that much other than I just am curious.

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10-21-2012 06:53:18

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 Re: two bottom plow identification in reply to alderman, 10-21-2012 06:24:36  
All sounds like McCormick. That is the way the hitch on the No. 8 (Little Genious) worked just by dropping into a clevice and the No. 8 would have 3 wheels carrying it when out of ground. Was avaible in 2 up to 5 bottoms. And they were blue and red. Newer and bigger McCormick I do not know about. and if that hitch is the same for the No. 3 & 4 Little Wonder that is carried on only 2 wheels and was avaible only as a 1 bottom or 2 bottom I do not know about.

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