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Re: Help with plow ID and re-assembly

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06-23-2013 04:23:37

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That tail wheel is also Case as I have that to repair right now. The one I have to work on is a 2-14" centenial steel wheel clutch lift and I have to replace all the wear parts and my moldboards are CX14 with the 14 being the size of the bottom and CX being the model of the bottom.

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06-23-2013 06:50:13

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 Re: Help with plow ID and re-assembly in reply to Leroy, 06-23-2013 04:23:37  
It looks like I have a case plow then. Any idea where to find shares? Mine have had some cutting done to them, and another share welded over them. Would you mind posting a picture of your plow, so that I can compare model, and try and see what is missing from mine.

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06-23-2013 11:13:49

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 Re: Help with plow ID and re-assembly in reply to VMcnew, 06-23-2013 06:50:13  
Have no way of posting a picture. Only way I could do a picture would be snail mail. Shares were good on this parts plow.. I could take an old worn out blacksmith type of share and using a new style deep suck share I could make them work like new. Just wish I was like that.

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06-23-2013 13:06:23

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 Re: Help with plow ID and re-assembly in reply to Leroy, 06-23-2013 11:13:49  
I was afraid of that. I think I'll just concentrate on making it work rather than making it look like it is supposed to. I should be able to take an appropriate piece of metal, fold the end over at an angle, and then draw a point out on it. I should be able to make something that looks a lot like these shares should. As for lifting wheels maybe a torsion bar bent into an offset on each end, and a spindle forged in on the ends for wheels. I would have to rig some way to mount it, and then weld on a lever for the cylinder to attach to. The problem is I don't really know that much about how these plows worked. Growing up we used a breaking disc. Does the furrow side wheel need to run in contact with the bottom of the furrow? The hitch point should be low also, but how low? Lot's of questions, I know.

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06-23-2013 15:16:29

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 Re: Help with plow ID and re-assembly in reply to VMcnew, 06-23-2013 13:06:23  
That is part of a mounted plow you have there and therefore there are no wheels. I think it is from a VA tractor, don't know if there were mounted plows for the SC & DC tractors before the egal hitch or not. More pictures would realy help and there are good Case people that only go to the Case section and skip the implement section so post over there as well. A piece of flat automotive spring makes a good point if you just have one missing but if the whole share is worn too much then the only way to renew is with a new rock share that you cut the top back part away to where you have a good edge to the old share to use for the mounts. The share should be 6 1/2" wide along the length. Set the width and that will give you the correct length for the point. More questions ask.

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06-23-2013 19:37:18

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 Re: Help with plow ID and re-assembly in reply to Leroy, 06-23-2013 15:16:29  
Thanks, I was really hoping to use it with a Farmall H, I guess that's out of the question. I'll give the case section a try next. The shares on this one are shot. Someone has cut a big section out of the middle, and welded some throw away (cast) points over the existing shares. I could start with a rock share, and build a point for it on the forge though. I could come up with a bolt on way to adapt the plow to a three point hitch, and pull it with my JD 2750. Thanks again.

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