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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

IH plow share question

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bmagee

10-13-2013 15:51:48
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I need to replace this week my plow shares for an upcoming plow day here in Indiana.
I have a fast hitch 3-bottom which I made a 2 bottom. The plow shares are a three bolt share, most I find are a 4 bolt. I have got on CASEIH parts and only find a 4- bolt share.
First, does anyone know the difference and why? Second, can I get the 3 bolt locally or soon so I can plow on Friday.
Thanks

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Christos

10-14-2013 15:15:55
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to bmagee, 10-13-2013 15:51:48  
Your shares are available for plow still. I know this as I bought one for my Massey plow and they are a,drop fit. Make sure you tell the guy you want a three bolt and it"s in the old plow book. I paid $24 for mine at an IH dealer.

Christos



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Tim(nj)

10-14-2013 08:21:02
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to bmagee, 10-13-2013 15:51:48  
According to the Wiese Industries cross reference, your share is IH #463228R, Wiese #LIMF143. MF #463244M1 is the same share. I didn't know that 3-bolt MF shares and 3-bolt IH Super-Chiefs are the same.



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bmagee

10-14-2013 05:04:14
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to bmagee, 10-13-2013 15:51:48  
Gramps -
Central Indiana - where are you?



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Grampajohn

10-14-2013 10:56:56
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to bmagee, 10-14-2013 05:04:14  
I live in southeastern Illinois. I am about an hour from Evansville.



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grandpajohn

10-14-2013 12:52:39
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to Grampajohn, 10-14-2013 10:56:56  

Here is a front back pic



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Gramps john

10-14-2013 17:18:26
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to grandpajohn, 10-14-2013 12:52:39  
I can meet you in Evansville if that helps out, I have several of that share, email is open.

Gramps



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grampajohn

10-13-2013 20:48:57
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to bmagee, 10-13-2013 15:51:48  
What part of Indiana? I have Adams and osmuneson to fit.

gramps



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bmagee

10-13-2013 18:22:30
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to bmagee, 10-13-2013 15:51:48  
No, I am looking for new shares for the plow. I just didn't see a lot of aftermarket places that sell the 3 bolt share.
They do measure 5 1/4" equal distance as mentioned in an earlier post.
I guess I will try my local CASEIH dealer tomorrow?



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bmagee

10-13-2013 17:45:25
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to bmagee, 10-13-2013 15:51:48  
yes, 5 1/4" equally apart.



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stanhoist

10-13-2013 18:09:02
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to bmagee, 10-13-2013 17:45:25  
I have three IH deep suck three hole shares used, but you should be able to buy new I would think, MF 14-3 should work,



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stanhoist

10-13-2013 17:41:28
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to bmagee, 10-13-2013 15:51:48  
Are the holes 1" down and 5 1/4" apart



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Plowman

10-13-2013 17:22:41
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to bmagee, 10-13-2013 15:51:48  
I can get three bolt plow shares for IH plows at my TSC in Ohio. Need help give me a call. I should have some. Thanks Steve Smith 419-618-0017



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El Toro

10-13-2013 16:46:22
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to bmagee, 10-13-2013 15:51:48  
Take one of the old plow shares along and see if any bolt holes line up. You can buy new plow bolts and they're harden. Fastenal may even have them if the dealer doesn't. Hal



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Bill Lisbon

10-13-2013 16:38:41
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to bmagee, 10-13-2013 15:51:48  
I am not familiar with Adams share numbers. Burning holes in you frog and using Carriage bolts is not a smart thing to do. The heads of the carriage will wear off and your shares will fall off. Plow bolts are made to wear with the share. Is the front bolt bigger than the other 2? If they are, you most likely have early Super chiefs. Shares should be available at your CaseIH dealer.



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Leroy

10-13-2013 18:16:40
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to Bill Lisbon, 10-13-2013 16:38:41  
I said put new holes in the share, not the frog and those bolts will last for years in what it sounds like he is only wanting to do. I have used the cariage bolts with no problems.



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bmagee

10-13-2013 16:26:02
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to bmagee, 10-13-2013 15:51:48  
I went out in the shop and cleaned off the back of one share. It says ADAMS MF14 H835SRS?



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dboll

10-13-2013 18:00:40
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to bmagee, 10-13-2013 16:26:02  
MF14 sounds like a Massey share, usually aftermarket used the first 2 letters to identify them like IH,jd, OL ect.



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Leroy

10-13-2013 16:12:16
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to bmagee, 10-13-2013 15:51:48  
Don't worry about the number of bolts. I assume these are the blade throwaway type of share and not the blacksmith sharpen type of share. A lot of companys started out with 3 bolts and evidently down the line some were having problems so the companys added a fourth bolt for extra strength in adverce conditions. On a plow day you are not going to be in those adverce conditions to need that and the 4 bolt was considered the standard replacement for the 3 bolt, you just did not use that fourth bolt. So if the shap of the share will work if the bolt holes do not lign up just blow some holes with a torch in at the correct spot for the bolts in your frog and just use standard carriage bolts to fasten them on with . The head sticking up will not make a problem. As long as they are the correct lenght you can use any make on any plow that way and if they would be too long just use that torch to cut to correct length.

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Bill Lisbon

10-13-2013 16:02:17
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 Re: IH plow share question in reply to bmagee, 10-13-2013 15:51:48  
Do you know what bottoms on on your plow? Plows could be ordered with different bottoms for different conditions. Early super chief bottoms used 3 bolt shares, plow chief used 3 bolt shares, I'm not sure what terra flow used. Do you have any part numbers?



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