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bowhunt4life

I posted this in What's It Worth prior to me purchasing. The plow was in better condition than I thought and the previous owner had the hitch and pin. Plow, Hitch and Pin for $70, I think I did good.

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You can see the factory number on the blade, not sure what it means so if anyone can decipher I would appreciate.

Also has anyone pulled one of these with a hydro. I am pondering running it on my HB212 but would like some feedback from others.

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Talntedmrgreen

Oh yeah, very nice! All of mine have had the same #'s on the moldboard, but the ones I have here now, have additional letters below the ones you have shown. I'll ahve to peek and see what they are.

That HB will love pulling a plow. What tire setup do you have, or will you use? The one thing I've found, is that tires wider than the 8.5's stuggle to ride in a furrow.

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JimH

Nice score Chris.

I paid $60.00 for the Brinly plow I had.

$70.00 for an Allis/Simplicity plow w/sleeve hitch is a deal in my mind.

My HB-212 handled the plow well with ag tires and 2 sets of Allis/Simplicity weights.

Post pics when you get it going.

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Ronald Hribar

will pull easier if you keep rust off the moldboard.

will come off after plowing. while in storage keep grease on shiny surfaces

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bowhunt4life

Well I gave the plow a test run with the HB212 and man was I impressed!!

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I snuck down to my neighbors field and ran a quick run just once and boy a hot knife thru butter!

Very impressive and the HB212 handled it well.

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Talntedmrgreen

Looks great! Plowing is such a ball.

No pics of your setup process? ;) I usually follow Bob's setup procedure of blocks under the LH tire and adjusting the landside so the tail is up about 1\4" off the ground.

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bowhunt4life

I was going to do the set up but was too anxious. I plan on using Bob's process when I go to turn up my buddy's garden that has yet to do anything with.

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