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Oliver plow

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sowhatofit

06-13-2018 06:53:55




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Hello everyone, looking for some help getting this plow I picked up last night functional. First of all it appears to lean to the right -what might cause this (besides the tires of course)? And what size tires should be on this? Right now they appear to be whatever was lying around.
Also with the plows crank turned all the way in, the plows still are pretty far down and drag when pulling. Is there an Adjustment for this?

Identification of model would help too- I'm thinking it's a plowmaster 100?

I appreciate any feedback/advice. Thanks!





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sowhatofit

06-20-2018 19:03:21




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to sowhatofit, 06-13-2018 06:53:55  
Ok,thanks. Looks like some of the carriage bolts are semi new, so shouldn't be too hard to get them off.
Also wondering if this implement will hill beyond the tire. I suppose that depends on speed? I'm row planting and may need to hill up on the plants. Never had a plow before. Just a disc and a cultivator/tine tiller.



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OliverNate

06-21-2018 21:25:01




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to sowhatofit, 06-20-2018 19:03:21  
The front bottom will take the soil and flip it upside down directly behind the tire. You could do some experimenting but I doubt its going to do what you want it to. If you have light and loose soil it might work but you going to need the furrow tire as close as possible to the plant. Also they tend to not turn ground the best when the furrow wheel is not in a furrow. Typically when you plow the first pass you gotta set it deep so the front board gets in the ground. This is also when they are the worst for plugging because those old plows have no trash clearance. For what you want to do I'd be on the look out for a row cultivator with disc hillers on it.

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sowhatofit

06-19-2018 16:29:35




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to sowhatofit, 06-13-2018 06:53:55  
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Any idea what radial tire would fit in it? Have a few lying around



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OliverNate

06-20-2018 18:27:04




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to sowhatofit, 06-19-2018 16:29:35  
Whatever you got thats skinny and tall. If they are 16in rims on there I'd look for like a 225/75R16 those are probly a bit too wide but that's probly the closest you'll get in a radial. Unless you change rims but then you'll need fine thread bolts and lug nuts from a car to fit bolts because those rims have a square hole for the lug holes and are held on by carriage bolts.



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sowhatofit

06-19-2018 14:57:08




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to sowhatofit, 06-13-2018 06:53:55  
Any idea what size tires should go on it?



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OliverNate

06-19-2018 15:17:16




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to sowhatofit, 06-19-2018 14:57:08  
I think I took 6.00-16s off on mine but put 6.50-16s on because thats what I had.



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J.Wondergem

06-17-2018 05:20:56




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to sowhatofit, 06-13-2018 06:53:55  
When I first got it, I had to lube up the lift with oil an free it up. Use the lever on the right to level the plow, an the crank for the depth, when it's in the ground. They plow nice.



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sowhatofit

06-16-2018 15:49:18




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to sowhatofit, 06-13-2018 06:53:55  
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I'm guessing this one used to have rubber on it too. Any problems running it without the rubber? Other solutions?



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OliverNate

06-17-2018 20:12:25




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to sowhatofit, 06-16-2018 15:49:18  
That's how some came, I think I have two with front wheels rubber and rear is that steel disc wheel and another two that are spose to be full steel but the front two where cut off and a rim welded on.



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J.Wondergem

06-16-2018 15:29:38




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to sowhatofit, 06-13-2018 06:53:55  
It's tripped. One of mine looks just like it except for the tail wheel, which is rubber.



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plowman

06-14-2018 15:21:01




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to sowhatofit, 06-13-2018 06:53:55  
Hi I have manuals and parts for those plows. Thanks Steve 419-618-0017



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sowhatofit

06-13-2018 14:17:41




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to sowhatofit, 06-13-2018 06:53:55  
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Springs seem to be working, although they are pretty rusty. Never tore apart a hub like that. Any reference materials availabale online?



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sowhatofit

06-13-2018 09:14:07




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to sowhatofit, 06-13-2018 06:53:55  
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The trip lever is the lever in the right if you were to look back from the tractor?



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OliverNate

06-13-2018 13:59:57




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to sowhatofit, 06-13-2018 09:14:07  
Yes, chances are if its been sitting for some time that drive hub will need to be taken apart and cleaned and make sure every thing spins and probly need new springs. Its been a while since I did mine so I don't remember how it looks in there. But I was able to find off the shelf springs at local farm store that worked.



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Lee E. Smith

06-13-2018 09:06:55




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to sowhatofit, 06-13-2018 06:53:55  
This Oliver plow model was identified as a "Heavy Duty" plow. The lighter weight plow series were known as the "plowmaster"series.

As a 2-bottom plow, it would be identified as a 2-14 ; 2-16 plow.



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Farmerwithmutt

06-13-2018 08:40:32




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to sowhatofit, 06-13-2018 06:53:55  
I think its tripped . In other words trip again pull forward and it will come up on that side



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Olliejunkie

06-13-2018 08:24:18




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to sowhatofit, 06-13-2018 06:53:55  
I'm no expert but I think after you make your first pass the left tire would run in the furrow leveling it out.



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