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Re: Are my plow parts wore out??? (Plow Chief)

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Thank you all for the replies. I will probably go ahead and hang on to these as spares, and eventually put some new parts on them. The plow I have now seems to do a real good job. I have been doing some more reading, and it looks like I did not install the rear coulter properly(too far forward) and seemed like the furrow wall would crumble. I would like to set the rear tires again as I think I have them too far out(and I know my new super c is way too wide). What is the width supposed to be for 12.4 with 2 14" bottoms?
I will go ahead and put those extensions on also. And thanks for the info on the tail wheel. Perhaps I will get some time and rebuild these moldboards and clean up the tail wheel and try it out. I am going to try and get this thing all set up and travel to my cousins farm and spend a few days rolling over some dirt.
Here is a picture of my Super C I originally had(Great grandfathers original tractor from our farm) and my C-20 plow after plowing about an acre. Bottoms shined up decent, always tends to stick up on the top? I will try to maybe use a wire wheel prior to get that area cleaned up before dropping it into the dirt.


Here is the new Super C. Tin is in rough shape, but overall the tractor seems pretty tight and tons of power. Fast hitch is super tight compared to my old C. Tried out the C-36 disc quick seeing the plow was put away. Need to go through that top to bottom(need to find parts!).



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