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03-30-2011 06:47:19

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Hello all,

I have a 2 bottom plow that came with my ca. The plow is in need of new points or shares. Not sure what the correct term would be. Anyhow, can someone give me an idea of models of plows that went with a ca? And where i can find new points. It does not a pin that hooks under the battey. Not a snap hook-up. I believe it is a 14 inch plow. Any info at all would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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BDT in Minnesota

03-30-2011 08:39:15

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 Re: ca plow in reply to gh-in-oh, 03-30-2011 06:47:19  
I checked the manual that came with the CA52-14 plow that came with my CA... there are five different bottom assemblies listed in the manual, but on the bottom of each page, in bold type, "Order Repair Parts By Description" well crap%^&! I had hoped there would be a part number for you to go by.

If you decide to get yours welded up and reshaped, do get the manual for this plow, as it contains details on how to reshape the share.

There was a smaller shop that was building replacement shares a few years ago.. Give a yell to Leroy, he may know if the shop is still in operation.

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Mike Noonan

03-30-2011 06:58:15

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 Re: ca plow in reply to gh-in-oh, 03-30-2011 06:47:19  
It's called a "CA" Pick-Up Plow and also known as a No. 52 Plow. They were available as (2) 12's, 14's or 16's.

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03-30-2011 08:23:32

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 Re: ca plow in reply to Mike Noonan, 03-30-2011 06:58:15  
Thanks Mike. Know where i can get new points?

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Mike Noonan

03-30-2011 16:19:23

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 Re: ca plow in reply to gh-in-oh, 03-30-2011 08:23:32  
Try Sandy Lake Implement


They are very helpful. You could also ask on the link_disallowed forum

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03-30-2011 06:48:57

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 Re: ca plow in reply to gh-in-oh, 03-30-2011 06:47:19  
Sorry. should have said. It DOES have a pin that hooks under the battery box. Not a snap. Sorry for the mistake

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