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ed in cny

05-02-2008 19:09:19

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Anyone have a plow and using it on there B this year? How does it plow? Work well or just ok or even poor? Interested in finding out how you have it set up. Pictures would be great but any info would be great. I have one and say that i have mixed feelings about it. I would like to plow better but may not know how to get it to plow better. Any ideas would be great.

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05-03-2008 07:57:35

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 Re: Allis B plowing question in reply to ed in cny, 05-02-2008 19:09:19  
i been pulling a 2 bottom snap coupling allis plow it took a while to get it right and the people on here were a god send but once i got it right i dont think i use anything else. My lot was hard unbroken clay with rock and roots what i did was make a few shallow passes to loosing it up a bit than came along turning it over .The b not suppose to be able to handle a 2 bottom but i didnt have to much promblem.now getting pretty furrows with it i have not mastered yet but i think i will. have fun

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05-02-2008 20:49:55

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 Re: Allis B plowing question in reply to ed in cny, 05-02-2008 19:09:19  
i have a 1 bottom FORD plow- 3 point hitch setup and it is a pan in the a**. Course im not that good on plows. I think the B does good with a wheel plow or the allis design mounted beam plow.

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05-02-2008 20:22:55

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 Re: Allis B plowing question in reply to ed in cny, 05-02-2008 19:09:19  
We have about 10 of those plows and 4-5 are polished up and ready to go. They are a decent plow but have the disadvantages of all light plows. They won"t go into hard ground and the share needs to be kept in tip top shape or they wont go into any ground. They are not hard to get going in good conditions as the entire eplow follows the lead of the hitching. Get the darw point the cporrect distance from the furrow (usualy 16") You then set the depth by adjusting theplow draw bar up or down.

One of our B plows getting some work.

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Matt Baumann

05-05-2008 11:24:43

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 Allis model B plow in reply to Butch(OH), 05-02-2008 20:22:55  
I am looking for implements for my model B.

You mentioned you have plows for these.

What kind of plow is it?

Any photos of the implement?

Price please.



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