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    Platinum Member Ridgewalker's Avatar
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    My Dad gave me his father in law's old Dearborn plow and disc.
    I didn't have room on my trailer for the cultivator or I would have it too.

    They had been setting in the same spot for a long time! The disc is going back to work, the plow is likely going to be an ornament by my gate. I had never seen a plow like this one before and I hope to find out how old they are.
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    Last edited by Ridgewalker; 12-25-2011 at 10:38 AM.
    "Ride due west of the sunset, turn left at the rocky mountains."

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    Ridgewalker

    If you don't get any replies here, try reposting in Attachments. There are guys here who can help you out, just don't know if they will make it back to this forum.

    I don't think that disc was going anywhere! Pretty effective theft deterrent. Good looking implements. Looks like the perfect size for food plots and the like.

    Dean
    Dean


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    Default Re: Old iron

    Quote Originally Posted by Ridgewalker View Post
    ...I had never seen a plow like this one before and I hope to find out how old they are.
    Send a private message to Farmwithjunk... invite him to this thread.

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    Cool looking stuff. I've never seen a plow like that either. I see you got free firewood with the load!
    God Bless our brave men, bring them home, safe again.

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    Default Re: Old iron

    Well as late as 1951 they were still offering the slat plow blade, you might get a kick out of the old catalog:

    1951 Dearborn Plows - Ad Brochure

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    Platinum Member Ridgewalker's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by WayneB View Post
    Well as late as 1951 they were still offering the slat plow blade, you might get a kick out of the old catalog:

    1951 Dearborn Plows - Ad Brochure

    Very cool! Thanks for sharing...
    "Ride due west of the sunset, turn left at the rocky mountains."

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    yea those old plows are real collectors items, so when you're ready to move it along, let me know LOL

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    WayneB,

    Thank you for sharing the brochure. I have a Dearborn 10-209 3x16 in near mint condition.. brochure helped alot for review of my model.

    Have Merry Christmas.

    Idaho2

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    Quote Originally Posted by idaho2 View Post
    WayneB,

    Thank you for sharing the brochure. I have a Dearborn 10-209 3x16 in near mint condition.. brochure helped alot for review of my model.

    Have Merry Christmas.

    Idaho2
    Well, if you have other old farm equipment you might want to visit this site:

    Index of Manuals

    Just allot of old information stuff that is fun to look at.

    Wayne

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    That 2 bottom breaker will bring about 350 to 400 here for a gardener. THe slats were for mucky ground. My plow on my Cub is a slat plow. I cringe every time I see a load of plows takend to the scrappers they make a whopping 40 dollars on them. Im glad your saving it

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