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Re: melroe pull type plow

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Doug Wis

10-01-2013 19:25:26

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. Found that P shaped piece that 4020 mentioned. Also on the bottom side of the bracket that holds the springs there are 2 set screws that look like they would change the angle and possibly change the force it takes to trip the bottom. Wish someone who knows more than us about these plows would jump in here.

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10-02-2013 21:16:21

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 Re: melroe pull type plow in reply to Doug Wis, 10-01-2013 19:25:26  
The set screws don't seem to help much either if you do grind the p shaped piece down just go maybe a 1/4 on each on at a time maybe not even that much it will really make a big difference on how the plows work on hard ground. To get the p shaped piece out I chained each bottom to a big tree and then drove the tractor ahead to trip the bottom its a good idea to use a block of wood to help hold the beam up while you take the piece out just in case the chain broke

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10-02-2013 22:09:44

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 Re: melroe pull type plow in reply to 4020deereboy, 10-02-2013 21:16:21  
I took 1/4 in off the P shaped piece and that solved problem. it will trip on a rock but not from hard ground. Thanks

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10-04-2013 10:58:30

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 Re: melroe pull type plow in reply to outsidersag, 10-02-2013 22:09:44  
Glad it worked for you we were having a hell of a time till I asked on here and somebody told me what I told you . If you do happen to get one set a little to tight there a bolt that acts like a shear bolt to

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