We measured everything out and no lie we started in the center but with the way the ground slopes the downhill half was getting plowed faster then the topside half. The Bolens 600 has wheel weights on it and turf tires. Dad put his tire chains on. It did a good job but needed more weight and the Brinly was setup for on the back of the Massey from the Little Guys Tractor show. Dad made a bunch of passes and his foot was starting to get sore so we put a set of chains on the Massey MF12 and I plowed for a while. We had to adjust the plow to not go so deep because it was nothing but rocks.
It was almost like there used to be a parking area or something there and they covered it with top soil. The Massey seemed to do pretty good considering I don't have any weights for it. I need to fix 2nd gear in it so I can use that instead of 3rd, it was a little too fast and there were times when the plow came out of the furrow.
Dad gave it another shot then with the 600 since we adjusted the plow. This time he sat on the left of the seat and the left fender, it apparently wasn't too enjoyable and a good thing I was already born LMAO.
I helped the 600 along a couple times by standing on the sleeve hitch to help the left rear wheel get traction. The Bolens like to pull wheelies.
We shot some video and I put it together quick, you will see I added some notes and also the credit roll.
The downhill side didn't make it all the way to our marks as I ended up pulling up a couple tree roots that were 3 - 4" diameter.
Here is the video: