If the plow you have is working then leave that one for someone else. Look for a Dearborn 10-1 (economy) or Ford 101. The wear parts - shares, shins and moldboards - are still available and not expensive. The older dearborn and ferguson plows most of the wear parts are NLA and folks looking for them are SOL. Also make sure you get the right size plow. IIRC you have larger tractors than an N so can pull 2-14s or even 2-16s. I would gladly pay $400 for a good 101 and might for an extra nice 10-1 but would not pay that much for that one. The tail wheel keeps the plow going straight and not crabbing. Coulters cut the furrow off and help the moldboard turn it over cleanly. Very important in sod but less important in soil that has been turned frequently. I don't know what his deal is with the heavy duty stuff. That plow is a typical Ferguson AO or early Dearborn job.
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