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Mike Fitz

03-28-2014 16:02:31




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I picked up the plow I posted about yesterday. Good straight plow, moldboards rusty but not pitted, ought to clean up, no welds anywhere. The only problem is the missing tail wheel, the one the owner had was the wrong one. Mike

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Mike Fitz

03-30-2014 06:56:03




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 Re: Got it home in reply to Mike Fitz, 03-28-2014 16:02:31  
Rich, I'm not too far away I live east of Melbourne, between Marshalltown and Des Moines. Mike



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Rich Iowa

03-30-2014 08:19:20




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 Re: Got it home in reply to Mike Fitz, 03-30-2014 06:56:03  
Yeah, that's not too far at all. That's some nice land over there.



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Rich Iowa

03-30-2014 05:36:16




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 Re: Got it home in reply to Mike Fitz, 03-28-2014 16:02:31  
Good find. Couple new tires, the tailwheel and drag it through the dirt for a bit to shine those bottoms up and she will be ready for work.
Where about in central Iowa are you located? I'm just west of Des Moines.



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bradley martin

03-29-2014 16:08:06




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 Re: Got it home in reply to Mike Fitz, 03-28-2014 16:02:31  
I don't know where you are located but I believe I have a complete tail wheel assembly for that plow. e mail if interested.



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Mike Fitz

03-29-2014 18:08:49




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 Re: Got it home in reply to bradley martin, 03-29-2014 16:08:06  
I'm interested,I'm located in central Iowa, my e-mail is open. Mike



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bradley martin

03-30-2014 04:28:28




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 Re: Got it home in reply to Mike Fitz, 03-29-2014 18:08:49  
Hi Mike: for some reason email via this site is not working.........email me direct martinfarming@bell.net



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Mike Fitz

03-28-2014 20:27:34




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 Re: Got it home in reply to Mike Fitz, 03-28-2014 16:02:31  
I will have to work on the hub, from the picture Tom posted last night it is a 5 maybe a 6 bolt hub, I will have to see what I can locate. The previous owner had another plow just like it, but newer 50 feet away it was a very nice plow, ready to go, but he wanted to keep it. I don't blame him. Mike



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BarryfromIA

03-28-2014 18:56:49




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 Re: Got it home in reply to Mike Fitz, 03-28-2014 16:02:31  
Can you find a hub that works on it? I might know of a wheel and tire from a later plow. Barry.



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John Saeli

03-28-2014 18:04:13




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 Re: Got it home in reply to Mike Fitz, 03-28-2014 16:02:31  
Nice find Mike!! I see it has the modern "Raydex" bottoms.



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C. Amick

03-28-2014 17:32:18




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 Re: Got it home in reply to Mike Fitz, 03-28-2014 16:02:31  
Nice plow. I don"t have a tractor large enough to pull it, but if I had the plow, I would probably go get a tractor large enough. Could you make one of those solid rotary mower wheels work?



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Chuck Machinist

03-28-2014 16:06:41




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 Re: Got it home in reply to Mike Fitz, 03-28-2014 16:02:31  
The only problem with what I see here is that it is not on my trailer! GOOD FIND! cHUCK



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