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101 plow points?

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KY plowboy

09-22-2017 18:12:05




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Iv got a 101 plow that has what looks like black smith points on it like the old style on it. I'm having trouble finding some to replace them. I'm just wondering if I can replace them with a throw away point? Thank, Wil




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Tim Ploughnman Daley

09-25-2017 09:15:04




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 Re: 101 plow points? in reply to KY plowboy, 09-22-2017 18:12:05  
I'd suspect you have the early Dearborn Moldboard (Prior Model) 10-1 Plow, not the FORD 101 plow as shown in the picture below. What exactly does the ID TAG say? "Blacksmith" style points would indicate you have the Prior Model, before the Economy Plows, and later, the FORD plows.

FORD 101 Model Plow:

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fordfarmer

09-23-2017 07:55:21




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 Re: 101 plow points? in reply to KY plowboy, 09-22-2017 18:12:05  
This may seem like a silly question, but.... is it a 101, or a 10-1? They use different shares. If it's a 101, the throwaways should do just fine.



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Billy NY

09-23-2017 08:16:44




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 Re: 101 plow points? in reply to fordfarmer, 09-23-2017 07:55:21  
Ironic you posted this, I just saw a 101 plow with shares and moldboards you see on older plows, click the link below and look for the blue 101 plow with red coulters.



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Dean

09-24-2017 07:19:25




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 Re: 101 plow points? in reply to Billy NY, 09-23-2017 08:16:44  
Now that is interesting.

Dean



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Billy NY

09-25-2017 15:17:10




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 Re: 101 plow points? in reply to Dean, 09-24-2017 07:19:25  
Isn't it ? I can figure one could modify the frog or standard to fit these wear parts, but I am wondering why or if it was an optional style for a purpose. I've looked at a lot of 101 plows over the years on the internet and seen some nice ones cheap, but never saw one with moldboards and shares like this one.



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RM-MN

09-23-2017 03:03:30




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 Re: 101 plow points? in reply to KY plowboy, 09-22-2017 18:12:05  
My Ford plow, model 101, has had nothing but throw away points on it for the past 15 years. My local Fleet Farm can order them for me but it might take 6 weeks or more to get them. John Deere 14-4 points will work on them in a pinch. One hole does not line up perfectly but it is close enough.



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Kirk-NJ

09-23-2017 01:56:02




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 Re: 101 plow points? in reply to KY plowboy, 09-22-2017 18:12:05  
KY, I bought new shares from Agri supply last year for my 101 ford plow and in the spring of this year bought another share for my Lienbach plow which uses the same bottom/shares as the ford 101.
They were about $18 a share. Might be other places you can get them cheaper, i didn't bother to look. You can match up your mounting holes in your share with what is listed on there webpage. I believe the early style had three holes and later style four holes but that might not matter.

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KY plowboy

09-22-2017 19:51:48




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 Re: 101 plow points? in reply to KY plowboy, 09-22-2017 18:12:05  
100003 FT SOLID is what's on the back.

I would but someone has tryed to weld a new point on them and done pretty bad job of it. That why I didn't realize it wasn't regular points until I got them off.



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Fritz Maurer

09-22-2017 19:40:55




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 Re: 101 plow points? in reply to KY plowboy, 09-22-2017 18:12:05  
I have the same problem with Little Genius points. Take your points to an Amish blacksmith and ask him what can be done. Don't let them get too worn out, they are easier to draw out when they are sharpened frequently



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scott pa

09-22-2017 18:48:43




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 Re: 101 plow points? in reply to KY plowboy, 09-22-2017 18:12:05  
Send me a email with the number from the back of your old point. It does not work right to use a razor blade point.



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