I have a White 348, and have the manual for it, and the Oliver model. Other than the color it appears to be the exact same plow. The only difference is the Oliver manual has pictures of Oliver tractors, and the White uses White thractors! I think the Oliver 348 is a lot more rare than the White model from what I have seen when looking for plows for sale. I did miss an Oliver 348 SAR last fall before I bought the White SAR.
Re: another plow question in reply to Scout2008, 03-24-2014 08:46:45
Does you manual say it was a 16" or 18" width cut,or 18" or 20" cut. the reason i'm asking because I am looking at model White 549 but the people don't how check for width settings. I don't want to drive 300 miles and find out it can't be set on 16" width. 16" is what I want. Thanks Larry
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