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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Board

White plow number help!!!

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Posted by JD Seller on July 19, 2013 at 23:23:47 from (

Years ago I owned a White plow. It was a semi mounted 14 or 16 inch. It was a 4,5 or 6 bottom plow. It was a square backed plow but not the square tube like the 508 plow. The square on this plow looked like two pieces of channel iron stacked and welded together. It had square sharp corners not rounded like tubing is. It was a Red plow without any green under the red paint.

I replaced all the point, shears and landslides when I bought it. I never had it set up as a 6 bottom plow because the 6th moldboard was cracked.

I used it as a 4 bottom behind my Oliver 1655 and as a 5 behind a JD 4020. I loved how it would lay sod ground over so smooth. Like a fool I had it all in good shape and a fellow offered me twice what I had in the plow so I sold it.

This would have been in the early 1990s. I was not plowing much by then. Now I have some work to do that I want to plow the ground and build my own terraces/water dams. So I am looking for another one of these plows.

I do not need or want an auto reset plow. Toggle is fine for my use.

Can't remember the model number of the plow. I thought it was a 448 plow but I do not see any advertised with that model number. I know it was not a 500 number like a 508 or 588. The top frame tube is different. I also do not want an 18 or 20 inch bottom. I want to plow 16 inch with a 4 or 5 bottom plow. I would even buy an older 14 inch one and switch it. I more than likely will take it all apart anyway to free up all the trips and such. Would love the curved coulters but good cover boards work OK too.

Any guesses on what I need to look for???


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