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    Default Very unusual plow find with pictures

    We found this used spring loaded trip 3-16 Ford 101 Series with original paint and easy adjust crossbar adjustment lever and with original Coulters. It has Catagory 2 three point hitch. From looking at the plow, It appears to have been bought new and used a couple times and then set inside and forgot about or the original purchase may have passed? Anyway this is not the $500-$600 type plow that I am used to seeing. It is the best 101 that I have seen in 33 years of selling equipment(other than a new Ford). Price is stiff, but worth every penny at $995 + modest shipping. I know it is high, however, I did not want it to get away. Plow needs nothing in the way of repairs. Ken Sweet
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    The Northeast shipping corridor is a little more expensive.

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    Default Re: Very unusual plow find with pictures

    Very nice piece of equipment. We lucked onto a really good Massey Ferguson 3-bottom I think a few years ago for a couple hundred bucks, but not near as nice as that.
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    Default Re: Very unusual plow find with pictures

    Question on plows. Why do some people remove the coulters from them? The last 3 or 4, 1,2,3 bottom plows I have run across have all had the coulters removed.
    Bill Beyer
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    Default Re: Very unusual plow find with pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by BillBeyer View Post
    Question on plows. Why do some people remove the coulters from them? The last 3 or 4, 1,2,3 bottom plows I have run across have all had the coulters removed.
    When you are plowing in tall weeds, vines or grass, the coulters will accumulate debris and clog and you will need to get off and remove before continuing plowing. There are used best on a field that has been pastured down by livestock or brush hogged down or plowed before the cover crop gets more than about 1 ft tall. The coulters can be easily removed by loosing the clamp and sliding out. Ken Sweet
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    Default Re: Very unusual plow find with pictures

    Thanks for the answer. I guess the ones I have seen were owned by lazy people or they just did not care. They cut the front ones off with a torch and I did not understand why anyone would do that.
    Bill Beyer
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    Default Re: Very unusual plow find with pictures

    If anyone needs coulters, I have 5 really nice used ones that came in Monday. They will not fit the Dearborn and Ferguson with the 1 1/4 inch shanks. They fit most all others as they have the bigger 1 3/8 inch diameter shanks. $75 each + UPS shipping. For pictures, Email: sweet@scrtc.com or Call Toll Free 1-866-528-3323 or 270-528-3323 Ken Sweet
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    Shipping Example: Can ship 800 lbs from Ky. to Dallas for $165
    The Northeast shipping corridor is a little more expensive.

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    Ken.....first thing you do when you sell that plow.....is go and buy a better digital camera. Those pictures....errrrr.....suck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by foggy1111 View Post
    Ken.....first thing you do when you sell that plow.....is go and buy a better digital camera. Those pictures....errrrr.....suck.
    I HIGHLY recommended the Canon PowerShot A1100 IS for a point and shoot camera (~$120 on Amazon for the camera, a bag and a 2gb card).
    For point and shoot purposes, the one we have will take better pictures than my wife's Canon DSLR (Digital Rebel XTi).

    Remember, you can ALWAYS reduce the quality of the picture to make it smaller, but it is MUCH harder to increase the quality after the fact.

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    Default Re: Very unusual plow find with pictures

    i have a 2 row just like that i bought for 300 bucks got the spring loaded blades for rocks and stumps just got new shares put on it used it once that is one digging machine wouldnt trade mine for the world

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyme2010 View Post
    i have a 2 row just like that i bought for 300 bucks got the spring loaded blades for rocks and stumps just got new shares put on it used it once that is one digging machine wouldnt trade mine for the world
    How about the world, Venus, and I'll throw in the moon? Deal?
    3320 eHydro, 300CX Loader & 15 + great attachments

    You gotta mine allot of dirt to find a diamond.

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