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OliverNate

02-27-2014 14:58:03
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bought this moline plow on auction yesterday and would like to know what model number it is? Also I believe this is an Oliver built plow as well? its a 4-16 2 point hook, hydraulic cyl. mounts towards the front. Sorry the pictures aren't the greatest but I won't be able to get it off my trailer for quite a while

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jack bycraft

03-04-2014 18:07:21
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 Re: moline plow model? in reply to OliverNate, 02-27-2014 14:58:03  
Prior to becoming part of White, Moline made their own trip beam plows and used a bottom called a 919 very,very similar to the Oliver 619. After White the plow line was raionalized on the Oliver for Oliver, Cockshutt and Moline.



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MMDEL

03-03-2014 15:45:46
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 Re: moline plow model? in reply to OliverNate, 02-27-2014 14:58:03  
That's exactly what I was talking about.

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MMDEL

03-03-2014 08:44:11
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 Re: moline plow model? in reply to OliverNate, 02-27-2014 14:58:03  
Sorry for the duplications. After I submited, the page would not leave the screen. I kept hitting submit but no action. MY COMPUTER????

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This post was edited by MMDEL at 08:49:59 03/03/14 2 times.



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MMDEL

03-03-2014 08:44:11
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 Re: moline plow model? in reply to OliverNate, 02-27-2014 14:58:03  
There is just one bolt that is different. It is about a half a hole off.Just take a torch and shave it approx 1/4 '' to elongate the frog and both shares will fit. The other difference is the MM plow has a longer hitch to eliminate plugging. The first coulter is not mounted on the 3Pt crossbar.

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OliverNate

03-04-2014 14:54:46
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 Re: moline plow model? in reply to MMDEL, 03-03-2014 08:44:11  

of the coulters I got my first one does attach to the 3pt cross bar



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MMDEL

03-03-2014 08:42:51
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 Re: moline plow model? in reply to OliverNate, 02-27-2014 14:58:03  
There is just one bolt that is different. It is about a half a hole off.Just take a torch and shave it approx 1/4 '' to elongate the frog and both shares will fit. The other difference is the MM plow has a longer hitch to eliminate plugging. The first coulter is not mounted on the 3Pt crossbar.

MMDEL



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J. W. Schwiebert

03-01-2014 17:54:37
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 Re: moline plow model? in reply to OliverNate, 02-27-2014 14:58:03  
Yes it is an Oliver plow. What are the dimensions for the backbone.



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OliverNate

03-04-2014 14:50:42
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 Re: moline plow model? in reply to J. W. Schwiebert, 03-01-2014 17:54:37  
back bone is 6x6 its 2 pieces of C channel welded together



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MMDan

02-28-2014 05:28:08
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 Re: moline plow model? in reply to OliverNate, 02-27-2014 14:58:03  
Looks like an S 600 with the spring trip bottom option. It has the MM 619 bottoms which are different than the Oliver plows. Good plow. I have 2 of them.



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J. W. Schwiebert

03-01-2014 17:55:50
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 Re: moline plow model? in reply to MMDan, 02-28-2014 05:28:08  
What is the difference between a MM 619 and an Oliver 619 bottom?



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MMDan

03-03-2014 07:46:13
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 Re: moline plow model? in reply to J. W. Schwiebert, 03-01-2014 17:55:50  
Don't know if there is a difference except that I do know that you have to be careful to check the bolt pattern and bolt size carefully when buying new shares as there are two that are very close to the same. Most of the Oliver plows from the mid 60's plows that I have seen around here (SE Nebr.) have a shorter and deeper moldboard than the MM plows. I bought an Oliver plow for the 5th bottom to add to my MM plow and had to change both the frog and moldboard to a 619 from an MM plow to match.

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gtractorfan

02-27-2014 17:42:34
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 Re: moline plow model? in reply to OliverNate, 02-27-2014 14:58:03  

Had one like it, don't remember the model number, was 4-16's on a 670, then dad added another bottom to use it with a AC 7030.



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NY 986

02-27-2014 16:27:34
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 Re: moline plow model? in reply to OliverNate, 02-27-2014 14:58:03  
Looks like an Oliver 565 which were made in the late 1960's.



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Alan K

02-27-2014 15:13:17
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 Re: moline plow model? in reply to OliverNate, 02-27-2014 14:58:03  
I believe they were the "S" series plows. Cant remember off hand if they were 600 or 700 series, Id have to look in my literature to be sure. Do you have any more pictures of the front where it mounts to the tractor or top view of that area? The reason I ask is it looks to have a box channel iron on the top center part. I think the later 1960s Olivers had those. The mid 1960s ones didn't have that. Nice looking plow. I wouldn't mind finding one for my G950.

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OliverNate

02-28-2014 14:54:35
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 Re: moline plow model? in reply to Alan K, 02-27-2014 15:13:17  

hows this?



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Alan K

02-28-2014 19:09:15
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 Re: moline plow model? in reply to OliverNate, 02-28-2014 14:54:35  
Yes that is what I was wondering about. The previous models in about mid 1960 didn't have that set up with the square channel in the center or the larger end plate on the main frame. Ive never seen one in the MM version before even if it is Oliver. I have an Oliver plow, I think a 1972 model that is similar to what you have but is solid square pipe. The later White plows were similar to what you have. Nice find.

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MM RTI

03-03-2014 10:33:11
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 Re: moline plow model? in reply to Alan K, 02-28-2014 19:09:15  

Here is a picture of the Oliver 565, note no square tubing attached to the hitch.



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Alan K

03-03-2014 16:22:59
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 Re: moline plow model? in reply to MM RTI, 03-03-2014 10:33:11  
Nice looking plow. I think mine is a 565 with the solid square tubing. My dad always said Oliver made a plow...other makes didn't work as well.



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