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Tiller plow

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Chris Bair

02-18-2013 12:34:54

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i am looking for blades for a tiller plow/new ground plow. It resembles a moldboard/bottom plow. But has dished blades and is capable of cutting roots up to 3" in diameter. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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02-18-2013 13:32:18

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 Re: Tiller plow in reply to Chris Bair, 02-18-2013 12:34:54  

if you are talking about a disc plow,
it will look like mine.
picture attached.

Vinson tractor co.

last time i was in their shop, i mentioned i had bought an old Ferguson disc plow, MF 64

he said, "if i need disc blades for the plow, he had a few left, had them for many years."

Vinson tractor co.

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Chris Bair

02-18-2013 14:00:06

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 Re: Tiller plow in reply to maxwell99, 02-18-2013 13:32:18  
I will try them. Thank you

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02-18-2013 12:39:32

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 Re: Tiller plow in reply to Chris Bair, 02-18-2013 12:34:54  
Sounds like your talking about what is commonly called a disk plow. I own a disk plow has 2 big disks that yes will cut roots and jump over rocks

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Chris Bair

02-18-2013 13:09:19

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 Re: Tiller plow in reply to old, 02-18-2013 12:39:32  
that is corect Do you know where I can find blades and parts?

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02-18-2013 13:15:03

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 Re: Tiller plow in reply to Chris Bair, 02-18-2013 13:09:19  
If you have a dealer in your area for that brand of plow that would probably be the best place to start. Plow parts for those seem hard to find

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Jason S.

02-19-2013 08:31:17

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 Re: Tiller plow in reply to old, 02-18-2013 13:15:03  
There is a disk plow and a disk tiller. Most disk plows were 1,2,or 3 bottom. Most disk tillers I have seen were 5 bottom and up. I can't speak for all brands but I know for the Massey disk plows you can get new discs from Sparex.

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