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