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    Default Re: Old Ferguson Plow ID

    Howdy Sean,

    I do think they are similar. You have a good looking set up there. Thank you for sharing. Have a good evening.

    v/r

    Mike

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    Default Re: Old Ferguson Plow ID

    Howdy Folks,

    Sorry to trouble you but I was wondering what color to paint this plow. Anyone know what the original colors were? Thank you and have a good evening.

    v/r

    Mike

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    Default Re: Old Ferguson Plow ID

    Howdy Folks,

    I took one of the shares off and took it to tractor supply today. I could not find a match but had him order one that has the same bolt pattern. I will probably have to modify it to fit. The share on this plow has three bolts spaced about 5 and 1/4 inches apart. I also think it may have been red originally. I did try and to straighten out the ID plate some more and I believe its an AO-14 plow modle. Have a good day.

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    Mike

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    Default Re: Old Ferguson Plow ID

    Quote Originally Posted by vegaome View Post
    Howdy Folks,

    Sorry to trouble you but I was wondering what color to paint this plow. Anyone know what the original colors were? Thank you and have a good evening.

    v/r

    Mike
    The Ferguson plows were Machinery Gray. The same as the 9N and 2N tractor colors. The Dearborn plows were red.
    I have a Ferguson 12-AO=28 and when I took the plow shares off I found the gray. Rusteoleum has a machinery gray
    which is pretty close. The red may have been a replacement part. The plow share points are hard to find if not now extinct...for the 12 in. plows.

    Tom
    Kioti 2012 DS4510 with FEL
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    Various 3 pt. equipment
    Sold: Ford 1946 2N, Kioti 2011 DS3510

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    Default Re: Old Ferguson Plow ID

    Howdy Tom,

    Thank you for responding. Actually I thank everyone for responding and sharing information. Its been a big help so far. I really want to fix this plow. It is 14 inches between the beems. I freed up the coulters today but the spare one I have is still stuck. That is the disk bearing is frozen. I have it soaking tonight and wil try to free tomorow. I am missing one disc scraper. I hope I can get it fixed. Have a good evening.

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    Mike

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    Default Re: Old Ferguson Plow ID

    Howdy Folks,

    Not sure if this will help anyone or not but I looked at the numbers on the back of my plow shares and they are 475 134 M1. I called a local dealer and they told me its a good number. I ordered two. Now I do not know if these are the original shares or have been modified. So I'm working a couple of options for shares, one from TSC and one from a Massy dealer. I will let you know how it turns out.

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    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by vegaome View Post
    Howdy Folks,

    Not sure if this will help anyone or not but I looked at the numbers on the back of my plow shares and they are 475 134 M1. I called a local dealer and they told me its a good number. I ordered two. Now I do not know if these are the original shares or have been modified. So I'm working a couple of options for shares, one from TSC and one from a Massy dealer. I will let you know how it turns out.






    Mike
    The 12" and the shares for the 14 and 16" shares are different. The 2 larger shares are available. the 12" is a one piece share and like i mentioned, hard to find if any...

    Tom
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    Default Re: Old Ferguson Plow ID

    Howdy Tom,

    I'm kind of new at this, but I see what your saying. I wish I knew the part numbers for the different type of shares that are avalible. I will just be happy to get some new ones no matter the type. Thank you for the information. Have a good evening.

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    Mike

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    Default Re: Old Ferguson Plow ID

    Tractor Supply lists them on page 182 of their 2013 catalog. Moldboards, shins and shares. They will be listed as
    Ford parts. they can get the 14 and 16" items...
    I see you just down the river from me. I am by the Ohio, Pa and WV intersection where the Ohio River leaves PA...About 6 mi. from
    that point.
    Good Luck..
    Tom
    Kioti 2012 DS4510 with FEL
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    Various 3 pt. equipment
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    Default Re: Old Ferguson Plow ID

    Thank you again Tom for the info. We are pretty close then. I'm about an hour south of Wheeling and only a couple miles from the Ohio river as the crow flies. I also see you have a 1614 power king. I have one too and they are good little tractors. Have a good evening.

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    Mike

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