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Re: Which is the right share for my Ollie Plowmaster?

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The OO14 RS sounds like how the numbers are called out on the ones at Fleet Farm. I think they sell Weise tillage parts-
The OO designates Oliver, 14 being 14", and RS being Rock Share. Rockshares wear longer, and hold up better to rocks. Whether that makes them worth the 2x the cost over a normal one, I don't know. We always have run rockshares on our plows, but with 16" ones now being $45 each, I went with the normal ones for $20/each.

As for 3 hole/4 hole, put a bolt in the extra hole just to plug it.

Donovan from Wisconsin

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11-30-2012 05:12:06

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 Re: Which is the right share for my Ollie Plowmaster? in reply to Don-Wi, 11-29-2012 17:17:06  
As for as putting a bolt in the extra hole, just forget about it, it sets right up against the frog so no way to put anything in there. Back when I had the first Oliver back in 1969 it was a 3-12" clutch lift (not a rooster comb) plow and it had just a plain flat stamped blade share that was designed without any nose for suck, could not get a rock share at that time and in hard ground they would not go in, Later had a adjustable frame 3 bottom mounted with 14" bottoms and when we got it used the 3 bolt blade type share, only able to get the 3 bolt a time or 2 (that was back in the 1980-81 time) when we switched to a 4 bolt share not using the one hole it was a rock type of share and the work it did then was like a different plow in going in the ground with that nose on it.

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