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02-07-2013 20:51:14

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Have a 4-14 Oliver pull type plow. Broke the axle on it years ago. I need a fast hitch plow that size for my 656. Can I bolt some fast hitch pieces to it and make it work.

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Harvey 2

02-08-2013 08:10:20

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 Re: Has anyone tried this in reply to NEKS, 02-07-2013 20:51:14  
Most anything mechanical can be done if one has the money, know how and the imagination.
I have seen some weird stuff in my lifetime.

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02-08-2013 13:03:33

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 Re: Has anyone tried this in reply to Harvey 2, 02-08-2013 08:10:20  
I like that, Harvey! :) me too.

A 4 bottom plow gets real heavy to lift, is the front of the tractor heavy enough?

And will you get it adjustable so you can shift it left and right? And tilt it up and down? Such adjustments are important on a plow.

Can be more hassle than finding a whole one, but yup it can be done.


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02-08-2013 18:07:05

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 Re: Has anyone tried this in reply to Paul, 02-08-2013 13:03:33  
Just think what it took to lift fully mounted 8 bottoms on John Deere 8020's!

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jon f mn

02-08-2013 05:18:37

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 Re: Has anyone tried this in reply to NEKS, 02-07-2013 20:51:14  
It would be ok if you redo the lift to keep the tail wheel. I have a case plow like that. works ok, but it was factory that way. You should be able to buy a worn out semi mount plow and trade the front parts over. You can get 3pt adaptors for the quick hitch easy.

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02-08-2013 04:49:01

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 Re: Has anyone tried this in reply to NEKS, 02-07-2013 20:51:14  
I tried that once with an old 2 bottom case plow.

It takes a lot of bracing to hold a plow up on the end of 2 point arms.

That is one reason the 3 point caught on better as the third link spread the weight out and gave better leverage to lift more weight.

It can be done but heavy iron will be needed.


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