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Re: Allis Chalmers B land plow

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Rod (NH)

04-18-2002 16:12:10

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Hi Herb,

Do you know if the plow you have is an Allis one or one made by WIARD Plow Co.? The reason I ask is the 2-way plows I have for my '42 B are WIARD and not Allis. They mount entirely differently. If you have an Allis plow that was intended for the B it should look like the ones here, including that portion of the lifting mechanism shown attached behind the seat.

I don't know about the hyd cyl possibly being the same...both my belly mower and my plows are manual hand lift. However, if you have the mechanism shown for the Allis plows, I can help you out with a diagram of how everything hooks up, including the hyd cyl for the non-manual lift. Let me know.


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05-03-2002 04:03:25

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 Re: Re: Allis Chalmers B land plow in reply to Rod (NH), 04-18-2002 16:12:10  
I have a single bottom plow, like the one shown to the right in this picture. In addition to the two solid links attaching the plow to the lift, there is a third adjustable link? The top half of mine is missing. What does this link do?

I had to take off the two solid links and replace them with chains, because the solid links kept twisting off. Would the third link prevent this?

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