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Case plow ID?

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Gerald J.

01-20-2007 15:40:45




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What plow is this? It has Case moldboards, 2x 16. The hitch bar is in backwards to allow it to be used with tractor wheels set on 60 inch centers. Fits a three point hitch just fine.

Gerald J.




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jim handke

01-22-2007 08:47:32




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 Re: Case plow ID? in reply to Gerald J., 01-20-2007 15:40:45  
I can"t tell for sure from the picture in my book, but it looks like the S series.



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Farmer Jack

01-21-2007 14:37:12




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 Re: Case plow ID? in reply to Gerald J., 01-20-2007 15:40:45  
Gerald, I will check my Case manuals this evening to see if I can help you ID it. Ames must have gotten very little snow based on this picture. We're quite white in Madrid. You can call me at 795-4099 if you wish.

Jack



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Gerald J.

01-21-2007 15:05:54




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 Re: Case plow ID? in reply to Farmer Jack, 01-21-2007 14:37:12  
Hard to tell by the depth of the snow. I'd guess maybe 4" though Channel 13's chart put it a more. The back yard drifts just aren't deep enough for 6" of snow.

Gerald J.



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charley hellickson

01-31-2007 20:47:53




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 Re: Case plow ID? in reply to Gerald J. , 01-21-2007 15:05:54  
HI Gerald J. If you still want to know, this plow is a model MTA. I found my operater's manuel for this plow. It was made in 2 & 3 bottom. The 2 bottom had a smaller, lighter backbone beam across the top and was open on both ends. The 3 bottom was made so the 3rd bottom could be removed but the backbone beam remaned the same, stuck out on past. I can't tell from the picture how far your's sticks out. I don't understand about the hitch bar being backwards, unless the dropped end is on the left side? It is supposed to be on the right side. It is made to work on eagle hitch or 3PT. On 3PT you lock the hitch bar ridgid like your's. There was also a MTB that looks like MTA but the hitch bar is different. They had a steel furrow wheel and an optional depth wheel on the land side. The S model plows were semi-mounted. The MTA is the same as the CH pull plow but the MTA has trip bottoms. Hope this helps. I live in Madrid. Thanks. Charley.

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