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Mike in Troy

03-23-2007 06:49:43

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Does Case use a special plow clevis with their pull type plows? I can"t see the plow staying hitched with just a twisted type clevis. The hole looks too big if you wanted to back up and not have that straight hook jump up out of the clevis. If it takes a special one, is there one out there for sale? Thanks, Mike

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03-23-2007 11:20:15

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 Re: plow clevis in reply to Mike in Troy, 03-23-2007 06:49:43  
The clevises we have used are essentially a loop welded to a piece of flat iron bolted to the drawbar. It'll back better than a just a clevis. You still won't back very far but that will be limited as much by the plow's characteristics as by the clevis.

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Scott KY

03-23-2007 08:13:44

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 Re: plow clevis in reply to Mike in Troy, 03-23-2007 06:49:43  
I have plowed with a DC Case and Oliver plow. Twisted clevis works fine.

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todd hamilton

03-23-2007 07:21:57

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 Re: plow clevis in reply to Mike in Troy, 03-23-2007 06:49:43  
You had to use the twisted one so the plow would disconnect from the tractor when you hit a big rock. And no, they do not back up very well. Do no tie the trip rope to anything either, sit on it so it will slide from under your but when the plow disconnects. Don't put the rope in the middle, keep it to one side to avoid rope burn and/or other injury!:^)

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03-23-2007 16:07:13

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 Re: plow clevis in reply to todd hamilton, 03-23-2007 07:21:57  
You can get a clevis that bolts on it works best I use a JD bolt on clevis

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