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AC-B plow

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L.Wunderlich

12-10-2010 19:50:19




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I bought 1952 AC-B some 20+ yrs. ago,and it came with a 2-bottom plow !? I ve taken pictures of it,and can t find out what I have.The plow blades are 14 to 16" in length,and have a single disc preceding each blade.It s in very good shape,but I m sure my "B" couldn t move this thing,if it had to.Does anyone know how to determin a value and application for this ?




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James Marsh

12-16-2010 05:20:21




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 Re: AC-B plow in reply to L.Wunderlich, 12-10-2010 19:50:19  
I have a "C" model that was rigged up for the same setup. The B should be able to handle a 16" plow. The two plows are used to throw the furrow in one direction (usually uphill) to counter the natural action of soil to move downhill. The tractor should have a split rockshaft, two hydraulic cylinders, and a selector valve that allows the operator to determine which plow he wants to control. It could also be used as a single plow (either side) if the operator so decided. The front drawbar is for the B and the C is slightly different. The CA came with a two gang, 14" plow that hooked into the snap coupler.

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bjb in Tx from Ne

12-13-2010 05:51:41




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 Re: AC-B plow in reply to L.Wunderlich, 12-10-2010 19:50:19  
third party image

third party image

Here is a picture of my two-way plow mounted:



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Larry Wunderlich

12-13-2010 07:15:47




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 Re: AC-B plow in reply to bjb in Tx from Ne, 12-13-2010 05:51:41  
I really apreciate the photo s,,,,,,,,,,I now know,,positivily,,I have something totally different,,,,,,,,and,I think bigger.If I knew how to send photo s of,,,,,I d do so!Thanks much!,,,,send me a direct e-mail,,,,,,and I ll send picture s of all the parts I have w/plow



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steve(ill)

12-11-2010 07:37:00




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 Re: AC-B plow in reply to L.Wunderlich, 12-10-2010 19:50:19  
http://www.tractorshed.com/cgi-bin/photoads/classifieds.cgi?search_and_display_db_button=on&db_id=410596&query=retrieval



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steve(ill)

12-11-2010 07:39:32




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 Re: AC-B plow in reply to steve(ill), 12-11-2010 07:37:00  
standard 2 bottom

http://www.tractorshed.com/cgi-bin/photoads/classifieds.cgi?search_and_display_db_button=on&db_id=409994&query=retrieval



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Jg20601

12-10-2010 21:41:30




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 Re: AC-B plow in reply to L.Wunderlich, 12-10-2010 19:50:19  
Is it that you have a two mouldboard plow (like most of them are made) or do you have a two way plow with mouldboards pointed in opposite directions?

Both my fathers B and an uncles C had similar chain lift single plows with a coulter (a single disc that would cut the ground like a pizza cutter a few inches ahead of the plow) but a two way plow was an option.

With the two way plow you would use the regular plow to make your first furrow, turn around and make your next furrow with the opposite plow, letting you plow the field with half the gas and time. will try to find pic tommorrow.

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Larry Wunderlidh

12-11-2010 17:46:23




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 Re: AC-B plow in reply to Jg20601, 12-10-2010 21:41:30  
from your description,,,,this must be a two mouldboard plow. I spoke to someone today that suggested I might look at empliments for either a WD or WC,,,,,,,,that the plow I described to him was way to big for a "B" tractor.Would you know a web site I might view older implements



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Jg20601

12-10-2010 21:46:48




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 Re: AC-B plow in reply to Jg20601, 12-10-2010 21:41:30  
In Implement photos on the right there is a good pic of a farmall C with a two way plow using the search term "two way plow"



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Jg20601

12-10-2010 21:38:42




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 Re: AC-B plow in reply to L.Wunderlich, 12-10-2010 19:50:19  
Is it that you have a two mouldboard plow (like most of them are made) or do you have a two way plow with mouldboards pointed in opposite directions?

Both my fathers B and an uncles C had similar chain lift single plows with a coulter (a single disc that would cut the ground like a pizza cutter a few inches ahead of the plow) but a two way plow was an option.

With the two way plow you would use the regular plow to make your first furrow, turn around and make your next furrow with the opposite plow, letting you plow the field with half the gas and time. will try to find pic tommorrow.

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MNLonnie

12-10-2010 20:49:46




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 Re: AC-B plow in reply to L.Wunderlich, 12-10-2010 19:50:19  
My guess is it's for a CA and I've seen them sell around here for $125-$175 depending on condition.



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