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Re: Semi Mounted Plow

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11-21-2002 07:53:53

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I have to disagree with the previous comments. I have a plow just as you describe and it is semi-mounted. It will work very nicely with a snap coupler hitch. If it is a four bottom plow, the biggest question is will the 45 pull it when it is in the ground.

There are TWO wheels. One is a gauge wheel and it is next to the last bottom and rides on the land side. The steerable wheel in the rear has a linkage to the front of the plow. This design was done when the plows got to be large. Turning problems caused the land area at the ends of the field to get bigger and bigger. In about 1961, almost all major companies came out with steerable semi-mounted plows which allowed the lands to become much smaller again. My plow is like this and it works just fine. I don't know what year my plow is but I would guess it is about 1965.

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11-21-2002 08:46:05

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 Re: Re: Semi Mounted Plow in reply to Denny, 11-21-2002 07:53:53  
Denny, do you have a way to send pictures of that plow by e-mail? Do you have a manual or know the model number? The only Allis plows I have ever seen set up as you discribe are three point hitch semi-mounted plows. There never was a snap coupler plow bigger than 5 bottoms and even the 5 bottoms I have seen are set up just as I and Ron discribed them, they don't pivot behind the tractor, they swing behind just like a mounted plow when you turn except the rear is carried on the the lifting caster wheel.

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11-21-2002 08:20:19

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 Re: Re: Semi Mounted Plow in reply to Denny, 11-21-2002 07:53:53  
Great Denny, thanks for your input! Now, if the snap coupler didn't change (hope it didn't).

Here's the way I see it. I'm pulling a 3 bottom with a Ford 641 Workmaster (rated at 2 bottoms). With a little weight in the tires, 4 should be no problem with 45 (rated at 3 bottom w/15 more hp) I think I could get away with 5 if I wanted to really work it hard.

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