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Re: Ford Plow 142

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10-28-2013 07:46:03

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Spring trip is nice.Will prevent damage from obstructions,a good thing if you plow other people's ground.That is a 'modern'/late plow.looks to be of a more european design.2x16 will be a better plow.more trash clearance ,plus the ability to go deeper.Your old 2x12 plow probably has the old 'blacksmith' shares,the 'new' one should have 'throwaways',a major improvement.One thing to be aware of,it will take a little more power to pull than the 2x12.

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10-28-2013 10:38:55

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 Re: Ford Plow 142 in reply to DeltaRed, 10-28-2013 07:46:03  
I have a TO-35 ferg and borrowed a friends 2x16" plow last year and was able to pull it ok.

the plow was a 3x16" he bought for little and just cut the back plow off.

I only choked up once with the ford plow, do not know the condition of the points as it was a borrowed plow.
It was very dry and hard when I broke it with the ford plows.

but they worked much better than my old mf 12" plows.

I have a set of MF disc plows and they will work, but leave the ground very rough.

do you think these ford 142 plows are worth $300?

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10-29-2013 17:01:20

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 Re: Ford Plow 142 in reply to maxwell99, 10-28-2013 10:38:55  
If I needed a two-bottom plow, I'd certainly give $300 for one like that. Make sure it's category 1 hitch though. I've never seen a cat II 2-bottom but that doesn't mean it can't be.

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10-30-2013 04:42:01

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 Re: Ford Plow 142 in reply to Tim(nj), 10-29-2013 17:01:20  
That looks to be heavy for a cat 1 hitch and the back end of the box beam looks like it was torched off like it was a 3 bottom and if so it was made for a 60 horse tractor and they would be cat 2.

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10-28-2013 11:37:29

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 Re: Ford Plow 142 in reply to maxwell99, 10-28-2013 10:38:55  
From what I see,300 is a very fair price.Go price a new off brand from TSC or other.But I am in western Colorado,we dont use very many one way plows here.

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