Ok, I have adjusted the rear wheel up, in fact last summer when I ran the plow I had the rear wheel removed. Could you describe the process of lowing the hitch again? I belie that is my problem (or a big part of it) but I just can't seem to figure it out. Am I loosing up the rod with the spring attached? I am new to running I implements like this, but I really want to figure it out.
Also, you said that I wanna use a angle grinder on the rusty plow, but that you wait "it WILL not interfere with the plow soil contact area". Am I just misreading this, or does grinding the plow not really help?
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