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pic of plow I picked up today

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Mark Lehmer

08-03-2013 19:57:06




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Went to Columbus Nebraska today and got this old Centennial Plow its a 2-12" trip can anyone tell me how it stays hooked up to the tractor ? New project, the wife so happy




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J.WJansen

08-07-2013 05:50:37




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 Re: pic of plow I picked up today in reply to Mark Lehmer, 08-03-2013 19:57:06  
Red Ral 3002

Green mixed to comply with existing green found between dismantled parts, for wheels same procedure.

Does not help you.

Suggest search for Centennial plow in this forum and you will find answers.

Old Abe quotes as follows:
Dark red: Ditzler 73252#Ral 3032
Dark green Ditzler 40249#Ral 6065
Wheels Euclid green Dupont 6980

Regards Jan

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BarryfromIA

08-07-2013 19:13:08




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 Re: pic of plow I picked up today in reply to J.WJansen, 08-07-2013 05:50:37  
Thanks for the reply. I have several I need to paint.



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J.WJansen

08-05-2013 00:48:37




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 Re: pic of plow I picked up today in reply to Mark Lehmer, 08-03-2013 19:57:06  
See photo how I did it.

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BarryfromIA

08-05-2013 19:56:04




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 Re: pic of plow I picked up today in reply to J.WJansen, 08-05-2013 00:48:37  
J.WJansen what color paint did you use on your plow?



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Mark Lehmer

08-05-2013 04:50:29




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 Re: pic of plow I picked up today in reply to J.WJansen, 08-05-2013 00:48:37  
that looks great ! I can do that



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1031D

08-05-2013 09:30:53




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 Re: pic of plow I picked up today in reply to Mark Lehmer, 08-05-2013 04:50:29  
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I would not do that because there is not enough room for the nose of the hitch to pull out should it trip. Go to a swap meet and find a larger twisted clevis.



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Mark Lehmer

08-04-2013 06:32:22




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 Re: pic of plow I picked up today in reply to Mark Lehmer, 08-03-2013 19:57:06  
thanks, plan on a parade or two after restoration.
Did not want it to come loose into a crowd . Seen this guy with a horse and buggy back down the side of a nice restored Ford, those axel nuts do a lot of damage . I gave $250
for this one, are 2-12 plows common?



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bill in colo

08-04-2013 08:28:27




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 Re: pic of plow I picked up today in reply to Mark Lehmer, 08-04-2013 06:32:22  
I have a 2 14" that has not plowed 200 acres in it's life, was barn stored until I bought it five years ago.



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Case Nutty 1660

08-04-2013 06:38:50




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 Re: pic of plow I picked up today in reply to Mark Lehmer, 08-04-2013 06:32:22  
I have a 2-12 or 2-14 plow like yours where I am at most are bigger plows as for safety you could cut out a steel plate and bolt to drawbar and drill through the plows trip hitch point and install a bolt to keep it from coming out of the plate just an idea cnt



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casecollectorsc

08-03-2013 20:35:44




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 Re: pic of plow I picked up today in reply to Mark Lehmer, 08-03-2013 19:57:06  
One like it with spoke front wheels and steel rear bought $200 yesterday. Moldboards and lays were good.



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Dalex

08-03-2013 20:20:47




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 Re: pic of plow I picked up today in reply to Mark Lehmer, 08-03-2013 19:57:06  
Is that bullet deal on the hub like a Bearing Buddy , Turn it and squeeze grease in the brgs ?



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Mark Lehmer

08-05-2013 19:55:06




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 Re: pic of plow I picked up today in reply to Dalex, 08-03-2013 20:20:47  
yes it has the grease cups , I'm going to clean them out and put fresh grease in them ,I ordered a manual yesterday. thanks Mark



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Case Nutty 1660

08-03-2013 20:09:20




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 Re: pic of plow I picked up today in reply to Mark Lehmer, 08-03-2013 19:57:06  
you need a twisted clevis on the tractor drawbar



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Christopher Mikesell

08-03-2013 20:40:46




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 Re: pic of plow I picked up today in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-03-2013 20:09:20  
You just hook the release mechanism over-and-into the twisted clevis. The draft force will keep it in place until you hit a rock that is big enough to overcome the spring pressure and cause it to release.



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todd hamilton

08-04-2013 10:44:00




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 Re: pic of plow I picked up today in reply to Christopher Mikesell, 08-03-2013 20:40:46  
sit on the trip rope, if you are right handed put it under your right butt cheek, don't put it in the middle :)



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