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plow to plow pics.

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chucksoliver77

11-04-2012 19:10:46
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well we never had our plow day this fall because of all the rain here in NJ., after 3 years of looking for a gauge wheel for my plow, i saw a hub for sale on eBay, bought it and made my own. now the plow is in storage and we are ready for snow. chuck

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chucksoliver77

11-05-2012 18:53:15
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 Re: plow to plow pics. in reply to chucksoliver77, 11-04-2012 19:10:46  
Del, in 1958 the tractor was involved in a car accident and was broke in half. super frames were used for replacement at that time. here is a picture of a very old picture. chuck



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Del Anderson

11-05-2012 17:24:46
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 Re: plow to plow pics. in reply to chucksoliver77, 11-04-2012 19:10:46  
Chuck whats the deal with the late super frame on your 77.



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chucksoliver77

11-05-2012 16:56:55
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 Re: plow to plow pics. in reply to chucksoliver77, 11-04-2012 19:10:46  
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This post was edited by chucksoliver77 at 17:21:58 11/05/12.



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chucksoliver77

11-05-2012 16:56:18
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 Re: plow to plow pics. in reply to chucksoliver77, 11-04-2012 19:10:46  
Josh, as you can see by the pics. it is indeed the original 77 engine. I will tell you some of what to do to get 90+ hp out of a 77. 33/4" pistons, 4" stroke, big valves, 250lbs compression, ported and polished head and intake manifold, reground cam, big carb. (usx 37) accurate ignition timing, etc. at the tractor pulls i pull 4500 to 10500lb. classes and spin it at 4000 rpm. when i work with it it runs at 1600 to 2200 rpm. you can see it pulling and plowing on my you tube site (chucksoliver77). thanks for looking, chuck
This post was edited by chucksoliver77 at 17:22:50 11/05/12 2 times.

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chucksoliver77

11-05-2012 15:18:43
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 Re: plow to plow pics. in reply to chucksoliver77, 11-04-2012 19:10:46  
Matt, thanks, my tractor pulls it easily in 5th gear at 8" deep. the engine makes 90+ horses. thanks for looking, chuck



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Josh in Pa

11-05-2012 16:29:24
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 Re: plow to plow pics. in reply to chucksoliver77, 11-05-2012 15:18:43  
I'm curious how you got 90hp out of a 77? A 310?
Josh



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chucksoliver77

11-05-2012 15:15:04
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 Re: plow to plow pics. in reply to chucksoliver77, 11-04-2012 19:10:46  
Oliver Farmer, thanks, chuck



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chucksoliver77

11-05-2012 15:13:52
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 Re: plow to plow pics. in reply to chucksoliver77, 11-04-2012 19:10:46  
Jerry, the PVC pipe stays on with no fasteners, just don't back drag with it. I took a 2" pvc pipe and made a skill saw cut in with an angle cut in the end to get it started a drove it on with a bfh. it glides right over my grass. thanks for looking, chuck



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Matt in the Thumb

11-05-2012 10:09:14
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 Re: plow to plow pics. in reply to chucksoliver77, 11-04-2012 19:10:46  
Nice plow! I"d be afraid to get that whole setup out in the dirt. That 77 is physically a whole lot bigger than my Massey 65. My 3241 looks huge on my tractor. Noticed yours is set as a 3x14. That"s how mine was, but it"s too much for my tractor. Working on taking it down to a 3x12. Taking a while to work through rusty hardware painted over a time or 3. Found out mine is missing the third long brace that runs from the top-link hoop down to the backbone, as well as the brace for the rear moldboard. Have to make something up for those. Found some red paint underneath mine when I took it apart. Wonder if it was a Cockshutt from the factory.

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Oliver Farmer in MI

11-05-2012 08:17:40
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 Re: plow to plow pics. in reply to chucksoliver77, 11-04-2012 19:10:46  
VERY nice.



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jerry 4

11-04-2012 20:44:41
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 Re: plow to plow pics. in reply to chucksoliver77, 11-04-2012 19:10:46  
how does the pcv pipe stay on your cuting edge.i'm am going to try that idea on my back blade this winter .do you think it will not tear up a gravel driveway?



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JohnDeereJimOhio

11-05-2012 15:01:24
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 Re: plow to plow pics. in reply to jerry 4, 11-04-2012 20:44:41  
Jerry 4 Im interested in the same thing you are. I would like to use that idea but have no idea how you would get it to stay...



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