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10-21-2012 14:47:39

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Looking for info on this plow as to model,paint color. Also need [1] part on the handle that pulls the wire to release the handle. Thanks.

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10-22-2012 22:05:21

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 Re: plow in reply to momac, 10-21-2012 14:47:39  
You actually have a model "BL" plow, or B-series "light". Tail wheel was not common on the one bottoms. Frame should be IH red, axles Hunter (Oliver) green and wheels Euclid green. Bottom should be green also.

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10-22-2012 17:39:37

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 Re: plow in reply to momac, 10-21-2012 14:47:39  
It appears that you have a Case Centenial plow, that is missing the rear tailwheel assy., however it has an extended landside, not common to a centenial plow???? Color wise it would be dark green,(Oliver like) with lime yellow wheels, (Euclid Green)

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10-22-2012 19:14:39

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 Re: plow in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-22-2012 17:39:37  
Thanks for the input Loren. I'm not sure but on other non tailwheel plows that had a option, leaving off the tailwheel required the longer landside. That's just a observation and not a fact. I'll look alot closer now and maybe come up with a tailwheel. Thanks again, Loren.

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