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I picked up a newer used Brinly mold board plow the other day and now I have some questions. I need to get a "Brinly Hitch" for my tractor, but what type do I need? Its my understanding that there is an "old hitch" and a "new hitch". I'll be using it on my 3212V which already has the rear lift, so do I need the "old hitch" for the tractor or do I need the "new hitch" for the plow? I have never used one of these plows before, so please forgive me for being ignorant, but how do I now what size plow it is? Would I measure the height of the "board" or do I measure the width of the "board"? As for the size, once I determine what size it is how do I know if my tractor will handle it. I think a 10" plow was available for the 3212v. But if my plow is a 12" would I be asking too much from my tractor to pull it through sandy/loamy soil?
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Mark It is determined by the lift arm you have if you have the old style lift arm with only a hole on top for the tractor lift rod you need the old style with a 1" lift shaft and chain to connect to the plow to lift it. If the lift arm has a hole on the bottom side of the shaft hole you can use the new style with rod to the sleeve hitch to lift plow. Your 3212 would normaly have the old style. Hope I didn't confuse you to much.

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:DHow about the second part of Marks question? I too now have a Brinley and it looks HUGE. How do you measure to know the size?
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Here Joe, This was posted on the IH Cub Cadet forum the other day. [img]/club2/attach/mack/plow measure.jpg[/img] Last time I heard from Orangeone, he was thinking of of having another plowday in Ohio this fall.Ryan also had talked about one in the fall. Still waiting on details.;):D Mack [img]/club2/attach/mack/Ryans%20plowday7.jpg[/img]
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Funny you should be asking about this, I just got done switching the rear lift on my 3310 V a couple hours ago. Here is a pic with the old style in my hand and the new style mounted to the tractor with the sleeve hitch hooked up. What's interesting is that I have a 3310 H that has the new style. Maybe someone switched it over before I got it, but no way to tell for sure.... [img]attach/thedaddycat/DCP04444.JPG[/img]
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Mark I had the old style lift on my tractor. So I couldn't use the hitch that is show by daddycats picture. So welded a 1/4" thick By 2"By 2" on the bottom of the tube about middle ways up. Drilled a hole in it the size of the lift rod. Worked just like factory. Ken
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