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Model 200 semi mount plow question

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08-19-2017 20:46:21

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Looking at a 200 semi mount 3 bottom reset plow. Is there any way to modify the mounts so it fits on a wd45?... Seems like messing around but someone must have done it?

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08-21-2017 20:17:36

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 Re: Model 200 semi mount plow question in reply to AdamEichele, 08-19-2017 20:46:21  
Adam where are you located? I have a 3x16 snap coupler slat bottom plow that would work behind your WD45. I am in south central Iowa. CHEAP. Front bottom has 2 slats broken but I have used it on many acres as is.

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08-21-2017 09:58:07

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 Re: Model 200 semi mount plow question in reply to AdamEichele, 08-19-2017 20:46:21  
You must be referring to a model 2000 series 3-16's trip bottom ?? If you worked over the hitch to be a snap-coupler type, that plow is too heavy and too far behind for a WD-45 to be able to do a respectable job pulling it. In fact, there'd be soils it flat out wouldn't pull it.

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