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2 row Pull Type Bottom Plow Question

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Swamp Land

09-06-2012 13:51:26

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Here is a bottom plow pull type I rescued from salvage. Does this plow require a back wheel and if not can someone tell me how to set it up.

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Swamp Land

09-08-2012 17:36:30

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 Re: 2 row Pull Type Bottom Plow Question in reply to Swamp Land, 09-06-2012 13:51:26  
This is a AC bottom plow. You can still see the AC stamp raised on different parts of the plow. When I first got it I had to put wheels on it and free up everything. I have plowed with it already, just seemed like something was missing. I pull it with a 5300 John Deere. It will plow but I have a idea of how to set it now THANKS to Pecular Farmer. Thanks for the responses.

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Paul from MI

09-07-2012 20:48:43

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 Re: 2 row Pull Type Bottom Plow Question in reply to Swamp Land, 09-06-2012 13:51:26  
Shouldn't require a rear wheel. Looks like an IHC little genius, not the easiest plow to pull, but very popular in the day.

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09-07-2012 15:15:56

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 Re: 2 row Pull Type Bottom Plow Question in reply to Swamp Land, 09-06-2012 13:51:26  
What are you gonna pull it with?

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Peculiar Farmer

09-06-2012 17:19:05

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 Re: 2 row Pull Type Bottom Plow Question in reply to Swamp Land, 09-06-2012 13:51:26  
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To lay off your land leave it the was it is, once you have a furrow pull the lever down several notches on the furrow side. If the shears are good and when you hook up to it and your rear tractor tire lines up with the furrow wheel pull the rope and tell us how much fun you had. I pull one with the WC and it works well.

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09-06-2012 15:37:38

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 Re: 2 row Pull Type Bottom Plow Question in reply to Swamp Land, 09-06-2012 13:51:26  
No it doesnot require a rear wheel.

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