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Avery/Wards/General Mounted Plow?

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08-18-2012 18:24:24

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Bought a 2 bottom mounted plow at an auction to save it from the scrap. A gentleman told me it fits an Avery/Wards Twin Row/General GG tractor. It has 2-12 in bottoms. A long hitch bracket toward the front with a leveling arm and lever. 2-rods that appear to hook to a rockshaft. Has red & green paint on it. "CT" casting prefixes. The letters "T C" silkscreened on it. Looks like it's an Oliver. My question: Is this a real plow and correct for these tractors? Any information would be appreciated!

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09-05-2012 12:22:52

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 Re: Avery/Wards/General Mounted Plow? in reply to steelwheeljim, 08-18-2012 18:24:24  
The plow you described sounds like the right one for the tractors you mentioned. The very front should have a pipe across to mount to brackets on frame behind radiator. I have a similar plow that is mounted on a B F Avery Model A.

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Paul Simmer

09-14-2012 10:49:28

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 Re: Avery/Wards/General Mounted Plow? in reply to MAG473, 09-05-2012 12:22:52  
Do you have any pictures of the one mounted on your Avery? We have an Avery 1 bottom mounted plow, and a Wards Twin Row tractor. They came as a package, but have never been mounted at least by us. We have the lift mechanism on the tractor, but I think there are some parts missing but have never seen one mounted.

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