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Re: Help w/ rough date of Little Wonder single bottom

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01-30-2013 11:48:58

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It"s been a couple years since I saw the flat bars on the lift wheel, but as I recall they were the width of the wheel and about 1"-1 1/2" wide.

I do not think they were flat, but were bent U-shaped lengthwise so they had the 2 edges sticking up for more traction. But that shape could have been made by the plow owner thru the years....who knows what was done over so many years.

I also have seen a wheel with bolt heads sticking up for traction, with a nut on both sides of the wheel to lock them tight. I think that was an owner design.

I have a #4 on steel, but the left wheel axle is badly bent in; I think it might have been dropped off a truck as something violent had to happen to do that damage. I might take off the moldboard, the 2 handles, the hitch, the coulter, etc. and scrap the rest.

LA in WI

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01-30-2013 16:47:51

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 Re: Help w/ rough date of Little Wonder single bottom in reply to LA in WI, 01-30-2013 11:48:58  
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I don't need to make the cleats exact but I'd like to get close to original looking. I have also seen the bolt/nut design somewhere as well. I am sure that would work too. As you can see mine is missing the coulter, so if you or anyone has one complete from the frame clamp down... I'd be interested!

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