Topic: Re: snow plow on old oliver
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Use both sets of through the frame cultivator holes (A piece of pipe through each one). Secure pipe in holes by screwing bolt up through threaded holes in tractor frame, and against pipe. Run a piece of steel (plate steel, "U" channel, etc.)from the back pipe, to front pipe, and out beyond front of tractor. Now you have the main frame for the snow plow. For attaching steel to pipe ends, you can weld to the pipe ends. Or better yet, weld a round piece of 1/2- 3/4 inch steel in both ends of each pipe. Thread the centers, and bolt the side channels on. Or, weld nuts on pipe caps, and screw pipe caps on each end of pipe. Lots of ways to put snow plow on Oliver 70. Just use the imagination.
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