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Re: Ford Plow 142

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maxwell99

10-30-2013 09:38:36
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talked to my retired farmer friend today,
he said he thinks its a cut down plow as most were 4,5,or 6 bottom plows.

he said to past on it.
so I will,

will look for a 101 model 2x16 or 2x14




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maxwell99

10-30-2013 12:24:36
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 Re: Ford Plow 142 in reply to maxwell99, 10-30-2013 09:38:36  

found this plow in the same money range

its a 3x14, but I could take the center plow off and have a modern ford plow, 101 model I think.

my little TO-35 should be able to pull the 2x14 plow and the plow should give me plenty of throat area to turn over debris.

anyone have a plow like this one and does it do a good job???????????

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DeltaRed

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 Re: Ford Plow 142 in reply to maxwell99, 10-30-2013 12:24:36  
You remove the middle bottom,you will have a screwed-up mess.Remove the 3rd bottom and its framework.Then transfer the landside to the 2nd bottom.do not torch to remove! buy new bolts if you must,but dont destroy anything.Someday you may want to buy a bigger tractor and go to a 3 bottom....



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wolfman

10-30-2013 17:09:45
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 Re: Ford Plow 142 in reply to maxwell99, 10-30-2013 12:24:36  
I have a 3 X 14 red Ford 101 also a 3 X 12 101. Excellent plows. Easy to pull, points and shins available. Good plows.



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SD Pete

10-30-2013 12:57:35
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 Re: Ford Plow 142 in reply to maxwell99, 10-30-2013 12:24:36  
You will want to remove the back bottom.



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maxwell99

10-30-2013 14:30:05
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 Re: Ford Plow 142 in reply to SD Pete, 10-30-2013 12:57:35  
If I took off the rear plow would I lose the ground guide that is attached to the rear plow?

I assume you would need that part or can it be taken off the third plow and attached to the second plow.

Thanks Fred



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SD Pete

10-30-2013 10:11:34
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 Re: Ford Plow 142 in reply to maxwell99, 10-30-2013 09:38:36  
I plowed for years with a cut down 6 bottom to 5. that looks like a good plow.



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