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plow lays little guenius

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36 A

10-02-2013 08:02:58

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I"m looking for some plow lays for a plow and was thinking has any body made some from plate steel ? I work in a steel shop and started thing of this today . I have a junk plow with a moldboard and frog that I can jig off of and a friend has a new o554 plow lay to copy . I"ve been looking at different steel choices . So any ideas ?? let me know . mark

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10-02-2013 08:27:11

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 Re: plow lays little guenius in reply to 36 A, 10-02-2013 08:02:58  
Original used 1080. Later 1060. Heat treat to 41.

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36 A

10-03-2013 13:32:17

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 Re: plow lays little guenius in reply to Earl-IL, 10-02-2013 08:27:11  
I was gonna just try a set with ar 200 cause we have some but maybe it wont scour ?

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10-04-2013 06:39:13

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 Re: plow lays little guenius in reply to 36 A, 10-03-2013 13:32:17  
In my experience AR400 will scour so I would assume that AR200 would do the same. If you come up with a process of making shares that works, you would be able to start a full time job making them for various makes of plows...the NEED IS GREAT!

Tyler in IL

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36 A

10-04-2013 08:03:30

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 Re: plow lays little guenius in reply to Tyler-MO, 10-04-2013 06:39:13  
Kind of looking in to it . but I need to play first and see what works . most don't see a lot of plowing so like mine i'm not to worried . But who knows what could come of this .

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