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Re: Plow shares

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04-15-2014 20:03:00

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If you don't mind my asking, where did you find this great information? It must've taken some time? Is it a master parts index? I've always wanted to get one but they're not cheap. Thanks again

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04-16-2014 05:13:26

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 Re: Plow shares in reply to Gtx1967jewison, 04-15-2014 20:03:00  
Parts catalog #158. Its available to all on

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04-16-2014 06:07:59

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 Re: Plow shares in reply to Wilamayb, 04-16-2014 05:13:26  
May have better luck looking in deere catalog 1308 . HS bottoms in that one . Catalog 158 is blacksmith share type bottoms . HS324FC is listed as 1954-1958 and is commomly called 3-bolt type shares . They were replaced by 4 bolt type shares in 1958 . Some confusing stuff in the book but it is still understandable . Simple fact of life is the 3 bolt type are older than the 4 bolt type . If you want to sell them put an ad in as they do indeed sell on epay .

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04-16-2014 06:58:48

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 Re: Plow shares in reply to Dave Gunem, 04-16-2014 06:07:59  
What is the revision? The AA10005A is listed as 1958- while the A10005A is listed 1963-.

Is the AA number an assembly? Perhaps with bolts?

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