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Pics of my new (old) oliver 3 bottom rollover plow

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Posted by allen in texas on December 19, 2012 at 06:15:23 from (

This is the plow I bought at auction. My little tractor snatched this plow off the ground like nobodies business. Honestly, even though I know what the tractor is supposed to lift, I was worried about that. These pictures show the rollover mechanism, the cylinder is missing. I'll get one this weekend.

They also show the holes that are used to move the bottoms to change the size of the plow. It is currently at it's largest settings, 18 inches and I am going to move it to it's smallest cut of 14 inches.

Give me time to set it up and it will look good behind the tractor. The angle of the plow will not be as severe, remember this plow is set up for deep plowing with big bottoms. Also when I change the angle for 14 inch bottoms and move the bottoms on the frame, they will be in the proper location behind the tires. I can't wait to get started. Only problem is I have to finish my heater project in my barn before I can play with my, er I mean work on my plow.

The little 'Bota weighs almost 7000lbs with a loader and rimguard in the tires. It runs away with my Ford 2 bottom. That's why I wanted 3 bottoms. If I can't set this plow up properly for my tractor and pull it well, I may have to sell it but I going to give it a shot first.


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