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Allis plow points and shares

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Patrick Bowman

10-16-2002 11:22:22

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I have recently purchased an AC 2-bottom 12" trailer plow on steel. From what I can tell, it appears to be a #2, but this is just from looking at the pictures available on the internet (I understand the key criteria is whether the hub is heavy-duty or not, but I don't know what to compare it to). I will require shares and points for it (they appear to be weld-on points, which are shot, but it is possible the shares are salvagable if I cannot find any); the number on the moldboards is "25-12", and on the shares it is "25-12CR" as well as a "41". There is no number on the points that I can see (much corrosion). The shares are a 2-bolt attachment pattern.

Is there a proper part # for these components or for equivalent ones that will fit? Is there a good easy source for these parts? Does anyone have a parts and operators manual for this plow?

Thanks for your help

Patrick Bowman
Winnipeg, Manitoba

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Butch (OH)

10-16-2002 15:55:25

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 Re: Allis plow points and shares - part # or source? in reply to Patrick Bowman, 10-16-2002 11:22:22  
OK, Here are the part numbers that will fit.
308860-full cut, steel
308863-full cut, crucible steel
308866-full cut, chilled
308861-ful cut
308864-full cut
308867-full cut
309235-narrow cut
309270-narrow cut
309234-narrow cut
Check with an AGCO dealer as some of the shares are still availible for the #24 and 124 bottoms, might still be availible for the 25 also but be prepared for fainting when they quote the price, some of the availible #24 shares are over $100 Another good source is Paul Barnsley who posts here. Check the archives if he doesn't answer, or e-mail me and I will get you his phone number. I have accumulated a few shares by buying up model B plows. A complete plow can be had for 1/2 the price of a plowshare around here. Most of them have had little use and the shares bolt right on the #24 bottoms used on #2s. I too have a 12" #2 with #25 bottoms and it looks like the shares for a #24 bottom will fit with little or no modification.

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10-16-2002 14:41:46

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 Re: Allis plow points and shares - part # or source? in reply to Patrick Bowman, 10-16-2002 11:22:22  
I'm also in need of a Plow Share point. My one bottom share is 25-16 and made by Star Mfg Co. I'm still looking for items which are not throw away. The CH ina company has not put these on the shelves of my local farm supply yet.

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