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Two way plow brands / model numbers

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11-01-2012 08:22:45

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I'm looking to get a two way or roll over moldboard plow. Something that would be about right for a 1206 or 1256 I was thinking a 4 -16 or 4-18. Like the setup that DeltaRed has a picture or two on here of. Could anyone give me brands and model numbers to make it easier looking on places like tractor house and fastline.


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11-01-2012 13:28:06

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 Re: Two way plow brands / model numbers in reply to smalltimer, 11-01-2012 08:22:45  
Thanks alot! Really like the picture of the 1256 with the 4 bottom rollover thats on one or two of the threads on here. Hope to find a 1206 or 1256 like that within the next few years.

Thanks again

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11-01-2012 11:31:43

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 Re: Two way plow brands / model numbers in reply to smalltimer, 11-01-2012 08:22:45  
IH 642,140;JD 835,4200,8350;White/Oliver 6342;MF 57,570;Ford 145.They are the more popular ones out there.IH and JD ,followed by MF and White will the best parts availability.I prefer the IH plow,I think they seem to 'pull' a little easier and do a better job of 'covering' than the JD plows(IH seems to'roll' where the JD tends to 'push' the dirt over).IH used alot of the same 'comsumeable' parts from the early 60s right up to the present.Steve

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