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04-13-2008 17:58:17

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ok so I got this plow i can get it to turn soil no promblem but i cant make a furrow i tried shallow cuts i tried deep cuts i dont know do i run back and fourth or the same direction . i read the manual set it up as they say but to no sucess. also the coulter wheel are they suppose to be set to run straight to the plow or offset they swivel a bit any help to a new tractor guy be kind

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04-17-2008 22:09:04

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 Re: allis plow in reply to reichstall, 04-13-2008 17:58:17  
I am assuming you have a plow that turns the soil to the right. And that the plow is a 2-12. And we are standing behind the tractor looking forward. The landside is the bar on the plow that rides in the bottom of the furrow and pushes against the wall of the new cut furrow. The straight accross distance between the landsides is the plow width,-12", 14", 16", and so on. The plow should be hung so the landside side of the plow point on the front(right hand) bottom is offset inside the right rear tire the same distance that is between the landsides, plus an inch.
Set the left rear tractor tire on a 8" concrete block. This will roughly be like in the furrow plowing. Adjust the plow hardware till both plow bottoms set level on the ground.
The coulters should be adjusted to cut about half the depth of the furrow. The coulters should be swung to the back untill the blades are parrallel to the landsides, and adjusted so the couters are offset about 1/2 inch to the left of the landside,(outside, not over the plow point).
This should give you a good starting point, as any final adjustments have to be to the conditions that your soil and plow give you.

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04-14-2008 20:38:37

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 Re: allis plow in reply to reichstall, 04-13-2008 17:58:17  
it is a two bottom plow my manual does not explain to good .if you can send me one that be great. i cant imagine that it is that hard to do this the tractor was in boxes when i got it and i was able to put it together so making a farrow should not be brain surgey thank jim giordiver@aol.com

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04-14-2008 18:04:49

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 Re: allis plow in reply to reichstall, 04-13-2008 17:58:17  
Where are you located? Its hard to explain with words and without pictures, but if you have a manual it should explain it all in there. I have a digital copy I can send you if you give me your e-mail address.

Just a clarification, is it a 2 bottem(2 plows making 2 furrows) or a 2 way plow (one facing left, one facing right)

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04-13-2008 19:31:09

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 Re: allis plow in reply to reichstall, 04-13-2008 17:58:17  
oh i forgot it is an two bottom with a landslid on the back plow adjusted level with the bottom of th plow blade i turned the soil last year and disked it fine planted winter rye disked it in and now i like to make the furrow but just dont seem to be able to get it to form oh yes the tractor is an restored b i did over the winter. On the first pass am i suppose to be on the right or left side of feild or does it not matter. the coulters is in front of both plows and i just cant tell from the book how to set them right the plow i think is an allis model 70 not sure on that though.

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04-13-2008 18:08:00

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 Re: allis plow in reply to reichstall, 04-13-2008 17:58:17  
Do you know if it has a landslide? How many bottems and what kind of tractor is it on? Landslides go stright back from the share (the part that makes the cut in the dirt) and can sometimes go past the moldboard (the part that flips the soil over). Your share should follow the colter, so the colter should be somewhat in-line with that. You may only need that if your turning over sod. If the soil has been tured over in the last year or 2 I dont know if you would need it. A little more info and possibly pics might help us out a little bit.

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