I have a Allis G I just put a one bottom plow on.I got it to lift up and down good.My question is what keeps it from swaying around?Is there suppose to be a stablizer bar some where on it so it goes up and down straight? Thanks
it's gonna move some when up, there's really nothing but the chain and the weight of the plow to keep it from going far. Is it hitting anything? Is the plow tracking as it should in the furrow? Shoot me your email and I'll send you a PDF of the setup instructions to look over
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