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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

Case 2 Bottom Plow ID

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sresites

03-11-2018 09:04:28




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I just purchased a Case plow that I have yet to pick up. Could someone identify it with the following pics? Regards, Steve






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sresites

03-20-2018 14:03:21




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 Re: Case 2 Bottom Plow ID in reply to sresites, 03-11-2018 09:04:28  
I’m looking for these parts for my Case MR plow. Any chance someone might have this from a parted out unit?



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sresites

03-11-2018 18:38:31




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 Re: Case 2 Bottom Plow ID in reply to sresites, 03-11-2018 09:04:28  
Connor,

Yes, this was the south eastern Missouri plow.



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connor9988

03-11-2018 17:07:04




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 Re: Case 2 Bottom Plow ID in reply to sresites, 03-11-2018 09:04:28  
I believe it is a model MR plow as it has the pivoting bar for Eagle Hitch tractors. The MRB was the next model that was almost identical except the bar was rigid for true 3 point hitch. It is not a break away plow like the BER or M plows however. It instead has shear bolts in the vertical beams of the bottoms. The plow has the newer EX bottoms that are much easier to find and replace these are sometimes referred to as economy or "throw away" bottoms. If i remember correctly that plow was down in Missouri? It is a nice find with the original coulters and jointers. Do not lose them or beat the old work horse up please.

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connor9988

03-11-2018 17:10:10




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 Re: Case 2 Bottom Plow ID in reply to connor9988, 03-11-2018 17:07:04  

Here is a picture of my MRB for comparison.



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Gary from Iowa

03-11-2018 15:33:25




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 Re: Case 2 Bottom Plow ID in reply to sresites, 03-11-2018 09:04:28  
I think it is a model MRB, but not real sure. Go to the left side of the Form and look under Implement Photo, do a search at the bottom of the page "Case Plow" and you will fine what you have, or a expert should tell you if I am wrong.



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sresites

03-11-2018 11:33:33




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 Re: Case 2 Bottom Plow ID in reply to sresites, 03-11-2018 09:04:28  
This was somewhat mentioned on another forum:

Jointers (scrapers) were especially designed for sod. They turned that edge of sod under so no green was showing on top. They were also the forerunner to coverboards which were much more user friendly than jointers.



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03-11-2018 09:15:22




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 Re: Case 2 Bottom Plow ID in reply to sresites, 03-11-2018 09:04:28  
Last pic.



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03-11-2018 09:10:42




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Added pic.



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flying belgian

03-11-2018 09:31:13




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 Re: Case 2 Bottom Plow ID in reply to sresites, 03-11-2018 09:10:42  
I don't think I've ever seen a plow with scrapers on the coulters. Can't see where they would be necessary.



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Leroy

03-11-2018 13:07:48




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 Re: Case 2 Bottom Plow ID in reply to flying belgian, 03-11-2018 09:31:13  
That is not for as a scraper and is called a jointer. It is to turn a bit of the trash over to make it completely turn under when the furrow slab is turned over instad of a bit of trash stiking out on top. The curved disk Type of coulters made by Yetter replaced a lot of them and they would keep corn stalks from wrapping around the beam as the jointer was supposed to do. It is not to act as a scraper but a covering unit.

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