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any one had luck with ac b plow?

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04-18-2004 09:34:19




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I have an allis b right and left plow unit. I have some missing parts and am only able to use at present the right side. The problem is that when the plow is used it plow real shallow. I can't get it to plow more than 6 maybe 8 in the ground. I have tryed every thing but with less than great results. I also get hung up with the front hitch attachment. It is so low to the ground it hits most every thing. Have any of you used and had any luck with this plow? If so am I setting this thing up wrong, or is this the best result I am to get. I would like to believe it to be much better than what I get for results. The guy that was watching the results thinks in green and didn't have to much good to say. I gotta make it right so as to get back at him. I could sure use the help, thanks.

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Emory Johnson

04-21-2004 08:31:25




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 Re: any one had luck with ac b plow? in reply to ed, 04-18-2004 09:34:19  
I gave you the wrong email address it's ejohnson91@earthlink.net. Let me know if you want those pictures.



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Emory Johnson

04-19-2004 19:38:18




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 Re: any one had luck with ac b plow? in reply to ed, 04-18-2004 09:34:19  
I have a C model that uses the same plow. Mine works great. Does yours have the coulter on it? Is it possible that you might have the wrong linkage for the depth adjuster? The plow set up for the b and the c is basically the same accept the drag bar for the plow on the c is wider. The depth adjuster is the same. If you would like me to send you a picture of it let me know. ejohnson@earthlink.net.

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Ed

04-18-2004 20:54:51




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 Re: any one had luck with ac b plow? in reply to ed, 04-18-2004 09:34:19  
I had the same problem with a Farmall super C with a two bottom....I finally decided to buy new points, shares and landsides..as soon as i looked at the new points it bacame very obvious what the problem was...there was a good 2" of the old plow points missing (worn away)



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CHALMERSBOB

04-18-2004 17:57:35




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 Re: any one had luck with ac b plow? in reply to ed, 04-18-2004 09:34:19  
WHAT DOES THE PLOW SHARE[POINT] LOOK LIKE? SOUNDS LIKE IT MIGHT BE WARN OUT. WITH A GOOD SHARE YOU SHOULD SET THE DRAWBAR LINKAGE UP SEVERAL HOLES TO KEEP THE PLOW FROM GOING TOO DEEP. A WARN SHARE DOESN'T HAVE ANY SUCTION TO PULL PLOW INTO THE GROUND. HOPE THIS HELPS. BOB



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ed

04-18-2004 20:20:42




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 Re: Re: any one had luck with ac b plow? in reply to CHALMERSBOB, 04-18-2004 17:57:35  
How would I know? I have two plows (right hand) and they both run around the same with the same results. I can't believe as small and "usless" for farming 40 or more acers, this plow could be warn out. I think I did get a point for the other one 4 or 5 years back. I know to this day it doesen't work as well as the IH #8 pull behind I use. I am sold on the allis for all I do and was willing to get rid of the #8 if I had results worth keeping it. I'm not sure if the thing is mounted on the tractor correctly. Does anyone have one mounted on a tractor who could send pictures? If so I could use the help. Thanks ED.

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