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Plows for Farmall 300 and 350

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Lars52

01-07-2019 22:15:17




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What IH plow models (both fast-hitch and pull type) did IH market during the 1950s for the Farmall 300 and 350 tractors? Thanks




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D Slater

01-08-2019 18:27:41




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 Re: Plows for Farmall 300 and 350 in reply to Lars52, 01-07-2019 22:15:17  
Some two point were #20 and #30. 34-F20 and 34-F30 also a F-43. Don't think the 211, 311 etc. started until the last half of 58. More plows, but I don't know the numbers. 20, 34-F20, 34-F20A were 2 bottom the others with 30 were 3 bottom. Some models had a UF letter start and were for a utility tractor. F-43 with a 4 before the F was a 4 bottom.



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charlieu

01-08-2019 16:54:01




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 Re: Plows for Farmall 300 and 350 in reply to Lars52, 01-07-2019 22:15:17  
The only tractor that my dad ever bought new was a Farmall 350 November 1957. The first few years we drag around an old #8 plow. Plowing cornstalks I swear it was a dump rack. I'm not sure when Dad bought a new 535 semi-mount plow. Sure was a pleasure to plow with. When Dad passed a few years back, I received the tractor and plow. A friend of mine just up the road allowed me to polish up the bottoms a few years back. I decided to pull the plow with my SMTA, as the bottoms had not done any plowing for many many years and the rust was thick. Once they were shinny I coated them with a good coat of grease, and put it in the shed. I hope to get it out again and do a little plowing with the 350 just like the old days.



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formerly ny bill

01-08-2019 15:38:29




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 Re: Plows for Farmall 300 and 350 in reply to Lars52, 01-07-2019 22:15:17  
Dad bought a nearly new FARMALL 300 and a 311 FH plow in 1958. I spent a lot of time on that pair.



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Janicholson

01-08-2019 06:24:03




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 Re: Plows for Farmall 300 and 350 in reply to Lars52, 01-07-2019 22:15:17  
I own a 300 series 3 point 14 inch spring reset Fast hitch plow that was boughtby my dad when I was 8. We pulled it with the 350U. It pulled well in clay. With new shares and points, mostly 3rd gear (in and out of TA). I put a sleeve and piston kit in the tractor about 1978 then it was rarely in TA, unless it was dry. Then plowing was not optional in brick like soil. Jim



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FastFarmall

01-08-2019 05:41:54




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 Re: Plows for Farmall 300 and 350 in reply to Lars52, 01-07-2019 22:15:17  
I am not sure of the exact time the 60 and 70 plows were released, but think it was a bit later than that, but there is what we know of the 312 and 311, 2 point plows, of today, but there was a quite a progression of improvement's to get to that series plow's. I restored both a 3x14 and a 3x16,of the 300 series plow's! I sold the 3x14 as it was a little to narrow for the SMTA, i think that was made for the 300-350 tractors, in fact the guy that bought it,had just finished restoring his Farmall 350 !!!!

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