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Minneapolis Moline Tractors Discussion Forum
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MM FF Plow

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molinegb

02-13-2020 16:09:25




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Is a 5 bottom FF plow common? Saw first one the other day. Real nice shape. Scrap price?




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MMDEL

02-15-2020 07:32:55




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 Re: MM FF Plow in reply to molinegb, 02-13-2020 16:09:25  
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Yep Molinegb that's it, I bought one of the last ones in Dec of 1957. It was Hydraulic, on rubber, had throw away shares, and rear tail wheel lock.

MMDEL



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Twincitytractor

02-15-2020 07:04:53




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 Re: MM FF Plow in reply to molinegb, 02-13-2020 16:09:25  
Took me a long time to find an FF. I was able to pick up a 5-16 rope trip. Have seen a couple of 14s in my travels but this is the only 16 that I have seen. The AFs are fairly common around here but the DFs are even tough to find.



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Twincitytractor

02-15-2020 06:52:03




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 Re: MM FF Plow in reply to molinegb, 02-13-2020 16:09:25  
Ff

FF plows are not very common in our area of western Wisconsin.



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MMDEL

02-14-2020 07:57:08




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 Re: MM FF Plow in reply to molinegb, 02-13-2020 16:09:25  
Forgot to mention, No affiliation with Oliver.

MMDEL



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mmdel

02-14-2020 07:54:24




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 Re: MM FF Plow in reply to molinegb, 02-13-2020 16:09:25  
FF is a 40s and 50s plow, Rope trip plow. Last ones were Hydraulic. pulled by G through GB.

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molinegb

02-14-2020 08:30:37




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 Re: MM FF Plow in reply to mmdel, 02-14-2020 07:54:24  
Steel wheels and levers.trip so probably early 50's.



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Cowpuncher

02-13-2020 21:37:15




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 Re: MM FF Plow in reply to molinegb, 02-13-2020 16:09:25  
I have a 5 bottom MM plow, but need to check the model, but it has a single moldboard that bolts on to make it a 6 bottom --- will check the model designation.



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molinegb

02-14-2020 05:49:03




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 Re: MM FF Plow in reply to Cowpuncher, 02-13-2020 21:37:15  
If a six bottom will be never made by Oliver. FF made till 1958.



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Cowpuncher

02-14-2020 09:46:46




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 Re: MM FF Plow in reply to molinegb, 02-14-2020 05:49:03  
Thanks for comment. Mine is definitely MM, but later model and in snow drift. I have operators manual S-401 on mine which is a D-400 series, but do have a 3 bottom trip lever and a disc plow (which works well in prairie sod.



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molinegb

02-14-2020 10:33:26




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 Re: MM FF Plow in reply to Cowpuncher, 02-14-2020 09:46:46  
Very few disc plows here mainly all oneways or wheatland disc plows. Disc plows didn't work in our heavy land.



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hanz98

02-22-2020 23:19:55




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 Re: MM FF Plow in reply to molinegb, 02-14-2020 10:33:26  
Nice find MolineGB! Been trying to find a five on steel w/trip for my TC's. Didn't use that big of plows in my country with rocky sugar sand and small farms. Lots of 1&2 bottoms. Envious.



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