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#1 ducky ONLINE  

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Posted June 08, 2010 - 08:00 PM

I am trying to locate some of these moldboards for a multi bottom plow for my 4 wheel drive articulated Massey project.

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Posted June 09, 2010 - 07:40 AM

Check with Agri Supply.

They have all sort of tillage parts.

They also have really good deals on Gator blades. I have ordered from them in the past and will again.

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Posted June 09, 2010 - 07:52 AM

Have you started your 4 wheel drive project yet or just in the planning stages? What tractor are you going to start your project with? Inquiring minds want to know!

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Posted June 09, 2010 - 09:25 AM

I am trying to locate some of these moldboards for a multi bottom plow for my 4 wheel drive articulated Massey project.


:picsoritsnotyours: Love to see the articulated project!

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Posted June 09, 2010 - 12:32 PM

I promise some Pics real soon.

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Posted June 11, 2010 - 06:09 PM

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Posted June 14, 2010 - 05:45 PM

six inch plow bot.jpg

Here are some of the Pics I promised. From the looks of my shop I need 2 more projects happening in their. :confuse:
The first pic has the snapper from Florida and the one in the back round is the start of the 4 whl project. the mower came from Florida as well. Just need to hook up and test then disassemble and paint. Found the snapper needs a coil (point) only running on 1 cylinder now.

The plow pics are those 6" bottoms I am looking for so I have something to put behind the 4 wheeler.

What do you think about naming it a 4855. "4" (4 whl drive) "8" (number of tires) 55

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Edited by ducky, June 14, 2010 - 05:59 PM.
correct pics


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Posted June 14, 2010 - 07:02 PM

Thanks for the pics. Yep, you need more projects! LOL Looks like a large shop, I'm envious! "4855" sounds perfect! My MF1855 died last night. Had lots of coil problems, so ordering new coil, points, & condenser. Not dicking with it anymore. Look forward to the 4855 project updates.

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Posted June 15, 2010 - 05:47 AM

I'd say about 3 more projects would about do you in the shop! It looks like you have a lot of room to play in. Are you going to make it a 2 bottom or are you going to add more? I'd say making your tractor a 4855 would be a good idea. Thanks for the pictures and keep us updated. :thumbs:

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Posted June 15, 2010 - 05:44 PM

I'd like to start with 4 to 5. Think I can plull that if I stay out of that red clay.
Here are some boys over in MN. with alot of extra time, ENJOY!
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Posted June 16, 2010 - 12:50 AM

That was enjoyable, Ducky.

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Posted June 20, 2010 - 11:27 AM

Hi Daniel
What are your ignition issues?
The snapper 1855a from Florida only run on the left cylinder when I fired it up. Swapped spark wires it coil and then it fired the right cylinder. DA, coil down on one side. Easy fix right, down to Cummins and picked up a new coil. Install coil and all was well.

Hook up to 3 point mower for a test run and by the time I got the mower hooked up it lost fire on the right side again. Used coil pt# 0166-0772 for Points system on B48M. New coil does not look the same.

I am at somewhat of a lose on this one as we fixed it and it came right back. Can not put a finger on what would take the coil out on one side only. Were there any resistors added with the new coil?

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Posted June 20, 2010 - 11:32 AM

Hi Daniel
What are your ignition issues?
The snapper 1855a from Florida only run on the left cylinder when I fired it up. Swapped spark wires it coil and then it fired the right cylinder. DA, coil down on one side. Easy fix right, down to Cummins and picked up a new coil. Install coil and all was well.

Hook up to 3 point mower for a test run and by the time I got the mower hooked up it lost fire on the right side again. Used coil pt# 0166-0772 for Points system on B48M. New coil does not look the same.

I am at somewhat of a lose on this one as we fixed it and it came right back. Can not put a finger on what would take the coil out on one side only. Were there any resistors added with the new coil?


My coil would just die out completely. Come back later & it "might" fire right up. The new coil, points, & condenser has her running like brand new. It wasn't my points or condenser, but they are old & needed replacing anyway. No added resistors or anything, just hook up as old style was & go.
The twin coil has 2 separate windings, so one can short out while the other works fine.

You mean your brand new coil is screwing up? The way they are made, if one side fires, the other should fire too. Must be a defective coil UNLESS the spark plug wire is bad.

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Posted June 20, 2010 - 11:35 AM

Daniel
Did the new coil have the same appearance as the old one?
Going out and get Pic. be right back.

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Posted June 20, 2010 - 11:43 AM

Daniel
Did the new coil have the same appearance as the old one?
Going out and get Pic. be right back.


Not at all. Shorter with spark wire towers off to one side. The spark plug wires will stop the spark, and if ran that way can damage the coils as they will internally spark if it doesn't have a path to the plug or other ground. The 166-0772 IS the correct coil for sure.

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