I HAVE A ALLIS, THREE BOTTOM PLOW THAT CAME OFF A WD-45. I HAVE A WD AND WONDER IF IT IS SUITED FOR IT? I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO KNOW WHERE I CAN GET A GOOD PHOTO OF ONE OR THE MANUAL TO CHECK AND SEE IF ALL IS CORRECT AND WHAT NEEDS TO BE CHANGED PLUS HOW TO "PROPERLY" ADJUST IT. ANY INFO WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED, THANKS.
Re: AC, THREE BOTTOM PLOW SUITED FOR A WD? in reply to MIKE DAVIS, 03-17-2003 10:32:50
I pull a 3/14 with a WD, no problems. You can easily convert it to 2 bottoms if the soil is too heavy. I have the manual for a WD 52 and 53 snap coupler plow. Can e-mail but the pictures are too dark to see much, text is fine.
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