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Re: Are my plow parts wore out??? (Plow Chief)
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AG in IN
The shin in the first picture appears to be worn. The curvature of the edge appears to be altered from wear. If so, it may be worn thin as well, and could have caused excessive wear to the moldboard, but it's hard to tell with a picture.
The shares and points don't look great, but may be servicable. I'd say they're nearing the end of their lifespan as they are. Both the shares and points are considerably worn, but if you aren't plowing serious acreage with them, they may do the job for years to come.
Do not allow wear anywhere to compromise the frog or retaining hardware and do not allow excess wear in any wear part to compromise another wear part .
Those moldboard extensions help in sod, but can also help when plowing at slower speeds.
Long landside? Tail wheel? Don't forget rolling landsides, too. I'd rather have some kind of wheel, but it's not necessary. Without any wheel, a long landside is almost always desired equipment on the rear bottom.
This post was edited by AG in IN at 10:45:07 12/30/13.
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