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Ferguson Disk Plough

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Ron Albart

11-26-2019 11:09:02

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Looking for tail wheel furrow disk?

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11-30-2019 06:22:03

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 Re: Ferguson Disk Plough in reply to Ron Albart, 11-26-2019 11:09:02  
I've been on the hunt for one of the bent type now for years closest one was in Fla.

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11-28-2019 08:06:02

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 Re: Ferguson Disk Plough in reply to Ron Albart, 11-26-2019 11:09:02  
Ron, I have a Ferguson disc plow that I made a rear guide replacement disc.
I bought a 16" I think it was a 16" replacement plow coulter disc blade.

centered it under the old guide blade, placed 1/4" nuts between the blades then clamped them together.
took the torch stuck it thought the holed on the upper blade and blew out the holes, also cut out the center hole to fit if necessary.

the new blade fit great, never any problem with it.

I have made two guide blades like this, one for a ferguson disc plow and one for a MF Disc plow both worked fine.

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Ron Albart

11-28-2019 10:43:18

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 Re: Ferguson Disk Plough in reply to wellmax99, 11-28-2019 08:06:02  
Thanks, neat idea. My bolts are past removal, did you have to drill yours out?

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11-28-2019 16:39:40

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 Re: Ferguson Disk Plough in reply to Ron Albart, 11-28-2019 10:43:18  
I just placed the torch on the head of the bolt, let it warm up cherry red then slowly cool, when around to all bolts doing this.

then gently try to loosen the bolt, if no go, then warm them up again, this time try drowning the bolts with cold water.
this event is a long distance race, not a short sprint.

sometimes it may take three or four times of heat/cool to break them loose.

I do not remember having any problems breaking the disc blade bolts loose, but I took my sweet time.

good luck and let me know how it works out.
I also have the owners manual for these plows.
its on the 8N ford tractor site.

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11-28-2019 16:46:21

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 Re: Ferguson Disk Plough in reply to wellmax99, 11-28-2019 16:39:40  

note my MF 64 disc plow is the later bent tube frame model

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