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AC 1952 plow attachment? HOW?

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JOE

02-03-2000 18:46:33




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how do you attache the dual plow
to the AC 1952 tractor.. under the belly .. it has no wheels i dont think it attaches to the tow bar?
any one have pictures?

joe




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RMD

02-04-2000 07:56:57




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 Re: AC 1952 plow attachment? HOW? in reply to JOE, 02-03-2000 18:46:33  
First off - are you talking about a WD or a CA? If it's 1952 was it converted to Snap-coupler? If not Snap-Coupler the draw bar of the plow connnects to the same pin as the front end of the tractor drawbar once you remove the latter. the two lift links connect to the lift arms. There currently are one or more copies of the WD model 52/53 plow manual up for sale at ebay. Manuals for the CA pick-up plow show up there too. Go to ebay and search both headings and descriptions for "allis" and you'll get about 10 pages of mostly AC items up for auction.

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tim[in]

02-03-2000 19:17:37




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 Re: AC 1952 plow attachment? HOW? in reply to JOE, 02-03-2000 18:46:33  
your local dealer should have a book. my wd i think 1948 you take the drawbar and bail off. but mine the previos owner cut the bail so it would come completely off. if your's isnt cut. then the drawbar comes off and i take the pto off too so it wont booger up the end of it. the 2 arms with the clamps hook up to the arms on the wd. my tractor is the old pin style on the draw bar that pin goes back in and the long end of it goes where it will hit the hand clutch and stop you so you dont break something when you hit a rock or root. hope this helps some. feel free to email me .

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Aaron

02-03-2000 19:15:18




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 Re: AC 1952 plow attachment? HOW? in reply to JOE, 02-03-2000 18:46:33  
What kind of plow is it? If it's a 2 bottom (or any one way plow), you take the hitch and PTO shaft out. Back under, hook the plow arm to the housing underneith, hook the 2 hitch arms to the snap coupler arms, and off you go. Make sure the plow and tractor have the same hookups. The early ones had a pin, the rest had a bell shaped thing. The pin plows used a strighthole, the bell (Snap Couplter) ones used a ring shaped thing. Let me know what model of plow you have (or it's rough looks) and what tractor it's going on and I can scan and send you those pags out of my operators manual and parts manual.
Aaron

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