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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Horse drawn plow

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Riverslim

03-20-2013 06:17:29
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Dad was a part-time farmer for a while in the '50's, worked full-time all his life for an Oliver dealer. Most of the stuff he around was Oliver of course. I came across something I didn't know was in the shed. Main frame for an old plow, but it throws the sod in the opposite direction as your standard plow. I will look for casting number if anyone is interested - I'm in southern ILL.




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rrlund

03-20-2013 06:48:30
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 Re: Horse drawn plow in reply to Riverslim, 03-20-2013 06:17:29  

I've got a couple of left handed Oliver walking plows. Trying to think here without going out to look at the model. The one is full sized,I want to say a 40L. The other one is a small single mule plow that I bought in Tennessee. Number 19 or 21 maybe.

Then I've got two reversable plows,this Chatanooga steel beam and a wooden beam Syracuse. Just trip the latch on the back and it'll plow left or right. I've got the point for an Oliver two way,but haven't found the plow to go with it yet.

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Dave Sherburne NY

03-20-2013 09:12:07
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 Re: Horse drawn plow in reply to rrlund, 03-20-2013 06:48:30  
I think I have a new never used V point for that plow.



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rrlund

03-20-2013 09:34:31
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 Re: Horse drawn plow in reply to Dave Sherburne NY, 03-20-2013 09:12:07  
Ya,the Oliver point that I have is identical to that one and would fit it.



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Harvey 2

03-20-2013 06:28:13
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 Re: Horse drawn plow in reply to Riverslim, 03-20-2013 06:17:29  
Around here in southern Indiana most of the horse drawn plows were the left handed moldboards.
I never seen a walking plow that was right handed till I went out of this part of the country..
The riding plows around here were the right handed type.



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