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ford900

12-03-2017 18:31:48




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Hello
I broke a plow share on my ferguson ao 14 inch 2 bottom plow. The bottoms are general purpose r bottoms and and I was wondering if anybody still makes the shares for this plow




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Hobo,NC

12-04-2017 05:01:30




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 Re: Ferguson plow in reply to ford900, 12-03-2017 18:31:48  
I got a set from Clap bros in Siler City NC for my 14-A0-2B the # was CAS 179349A1 about 15 years ago for $11 and some change apiece... They had to order one of'em as they only had one in stock... They bolted right up and been plow'n good...

I may still have the old share I have posted a pix with the bolt spacing mesure yours up and post the bolt spacing.
http://www.wieseindustries.com/documents/reference/Plowshare_Ref_Chart_1159997174906.pdf

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ford900

12-04-2017 18:05:46




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 Re: Ferguson plow in reply to Hobo,NC, 12-04-2017 05:01:30  
Ok I try this and see what happens thanks



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Kirk-NJ

12-03-2017 23:41:57




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 Re: Ferguson plow in reply to ford900, 12-03-2017 18:31:48  
Is there a number on the back of the share?

Kirk



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miner09

12-03-2017 19:17:34




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 Re: Ferguson plow in reply to ford900, 12-03-2017 18:31:48  
Ploworx has them--Steve 330-332-9386--Salem OH.



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Royse

12-03-2017 19:02:02




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 Re: Ferguson plow in reply to ford900, 12-03-2017 18:31:48  
I can't honestly tell you if they are made any longer or not, but
I couldn't find parts for my Ferguson plow either, so I sold it to a
guy that had parts and said he could make the ones he didn't have.

Some guys may have some new old stock or good used available.

Kirk-NJ had some for mine at the time, but shipping was going to

be higher than I was willing to pay at the time. Not Kirk's fault at

all, shipping costs what it costs. Simple as that.

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