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plow question

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jk

04-20-2008 12:59:07




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i went to a local auction yesterday and there was a decent 2 bottom plow i wouldn't like to have for my C. my question is, how can i tell what size the moldboard is? it looked small like a 12 or 14, but i didn't want to take a chance of buying a plow my C can't pull. any tips for "plow shopping"? thanks




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ed in cny

04-21-2008 08:59:46




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 Re: plow question in reply to jk, 04-20-2008 12:59:07  
Can I ask a few questions first? #1 is it a tow behind? #2 When was the tractor made? #3 What kind of ground are you turning over?

Reason I ask would be that the C could pull two bottom if it's set up right and in good soil. If it gets to rocky it would be a really hard to pull and really not worth the trouble. I have a book put out by IH that is very informitive to all plows not just the IH. It shows how to set up the plow, measure, and even set up stuff like the coulter and such. I could send a PDF out if you wanted one on how to measure. Let me know.

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Ken L

04-20-2008 16:37:46




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 Re: plow question in reply to jk, 04-20-2008 12:59:07  
Measure from center to center of the plow beams.



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