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03-16-2002 19:48:45

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I don't neccessarly want a turning plow for my B, but I need one. I have a good 3 point hitch for it and I need to get a plow that will work with it. How many ears,plows or whatya callits will the B pull one,two,or three? My manual doesn't go into the implements.Also How wide of a harrow will it pull effectively? Iknow it won't pull a 20footer, but how about something about the wheelbase with two gangs with a three point hitch.

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03-17-2002 14:33:27

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 Re: plow??? in reply to markp, 03-16-2002 19:48:45  
mark, your trouble will not be hydraulic power, it will be weight. the front end of the B is a little light. when you pick up a heavy load on the rear, the front end tends to lift up. They made discs with two gangs, one behind each wheel. If you get a "long" type two or four gang, you may need front weights. WOuld be nice to hook up one and try to lift it before you buy. You can also use a wheel disc, with a hydraulic lift to get around the corners.

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John F

03-17-2002 08:30:19

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 Re: plow??? in reply to markp, 03-16-2002 19:48:45  
I have a 3pt on my B as well. I'm currently trying to find a 1 bottom 14 or 16 inch plow.
I'll probably end up going to Tractor Supply.

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Rod (NH)

03-16-2002 20:24:03

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 Re: plow??? in reply to markp, 03-16-2002 19:48:45  
Hi markp,

The B was designed to pull one single-bottom plow at a time. Standard plow arrangement for the B was 2-way mounted plows (no 3pt)...one bottom was right handed and the other was left handed for plowing a single furrow in each direction.

Standard disc harrows for the B (pull behind - no 3pt) were six feet wide in a four gang configuration...two gangs forward and two gangs to the rear. The B will pull this configuration nicely. They are, however, not intended to be raised with any type of lift mechanism.

Hope this helps you out.


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03-17-2002 04:46:45

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 Re: Re: plow??? in reply to Rod (NH), 03-16-2002 20:24:03  
Thanks for the help. i have a pull type harrow with two gangs now, but I want a three point type so I can turn around without tearing up the ground at the end runs. The hydralics are good and aftermarket so it will raise a small set just fine. thanks

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