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After searching this topic on the website and in this forum http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=119276I am slowly thinking more about the plow I got last year and imagining using it, ( I have the engine going but not tractor yet).The pictures show the plow I have as missing some parts, but my main question is is it supposed to be bent on the "tongue" part that attaches to tractor (you can also see a bent pin) and it seems mine will have to be flipped upside down to work with a b10, (If I flip it upside down, it will be opposte direction) camera battery went dead or I would have taken different pictures. I think it's probably a simplicity plow, I cant see any markings though. Other pictures I compare it too resemble a simplicity 10"Maybe someone just bent the plow up ?????????????







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I am not sure but I think this is a simplicity moldboard plow. My hitch looks a bit different or as you said yours may be on up side down.I hope this helps you.


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As long as it comes out close to this way. The plow beam is perpendicular to the ground


That is the approximate depth measurement of the land side when plowing.

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