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Re: Plowing Problem

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Phil in MS

06-25-1999 06:37:50




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Sounds like you may not be using stablizer bars or chains. The force of the pull will cause the plow to drift to the left unless the stablizers hold it steady behind the tractor. Even then the tractor itself could try to drift on you unless you use your brakes to correct!

Wish you luck!




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Drew / Millington, MI

06-25-1999 12:45:10




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 Re: Re: Plowing Problem in reply to Phil in MS, 06-25-1999 06:37:50  
My single bottom 12" plow does the same drift. I would assume from your response that the chains finally hold it in position, as the drift is not a problem. (I use a 601 (661) Workmaster.)



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Greg Reuter

06-25-1999 18:11:53




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 Re: Re: Re: Plowing Problem in reply to Drew / Millington, MI, 06-25-1999 12:45:10  
The landside is supposed to absorb the
side thrust of the plow against the furrow wall.
Some people move their wheels in close for
plowing. Then the line of draft is more centered on the tractor which can reduce drift.
If you have to hold it on coarse with sway
chains, just be careful not to bend the left
arm.



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mm

06-26-1999 18:22:36




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Plowing Problem in reply to Greg Reuter, 06-25-1999 18:11:53  
I agree with Drew. Pull type plows don't have sway chains and they aren't supposed to go sideways. I thought is the 2-3 plow tractor has you thinking you can go deeper. By doing this you have surpased the landsides ability to hold the plow straight. I don't recall how big of bottom you said you had. I have always been to told the standard rule of thumb is you can go half as deep as the bottom is wide. 18" wide then 9" deep. Next.

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