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WD 45 mounded plow

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Scott

02-05-2003 08:53:09




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Have found a mounted 4 bottom sc plow for my wd45, but not sure if the front wheels will stay on the ground when in transit. Looks like it may only be about 6 or 7 ft long (no longer than the rotery mower by it in the photo), so the weight shouldn't be that far back. I'm sure the front end will be light, but on the ground?




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Ron

02-05-2003 10:46:39




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 Re: WD 45 mounded plow in reply to Scott, 02-05-2003 08:53:09  
Would be best to get a Semi-mounted 4x14".... I think you would like it better..!! It goes in and out of the ground, leaving a straight row of furrow ends..better when plowing off the ends....!! I used to use a mounted 4x14" Slat-board plow..worked good... Had to lift the plow as I was moving, as the hydrolics would not lift it out of the ground, at a stand-still. I use a WD-45 row-crop w/ all tires loaded, and a 80 lb wt on the front ( railroad rail).. Road travel was OK..just have to be careful..the front does run a little lite.!!

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Butch (OH)

02-05-2003 09:31:11




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 Re: WD 45 mounded plow in reply to Scott, 02-05-2003 08:53:09  
Depends on which plow it is and if you have a wide front. I know you can pick up a #64, might pick a #74 but I am real sure you wont pick a trip beam #84 with a narrow front 45. Either way be carefull on the road comeing home.



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