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Re: dearborn front plow

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12-28-2012 03:31:43

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What is a front plow? Sounds like a plow for the front of a tractor, but I"ve never heard of anything like that (of course I live a sheltered life!)

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Ultradog MN

12-28-2012 14:24:55

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 Re: dearborn front plow in reply to DrLarryE, 12-28-2012 03:31:43  
I don't know who this is. I just did a search and it was on photobucket. So thanks to whoever put it up on PB. It is a nice photo.

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russb wa

12-28-2012 10:39:08

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 Re: dearborn front plow in reply to DrLarryE, 12-28-2012 03:31:43  
LOL, I knew it was a blade, but somehow, got the idea it was lashed to a loader frame.

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Mr. T. Minnesota

12-28-2012 04:09:08

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 Re: dearborn front plow in reply to DrLarryE, 12-28-2012 03:31:43  
Believe the front plow they are talking about is one that was lifted with a series of two cables and pulleys lifting from the rear lift arms of the N tractor. The main frame of the plow was under the N tractor. The blade pivoted which was nice.
Had one that I converted into a plow for an R2 Cat. On occasion you may see one in the photo ad section of this site.Hope this helps!!
Mr. T. Minnesota

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