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#1 Mike Unwin OFFLINE  

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Posted September 06, 2013 - 07:05 PM

I was wondering if maybe we all could contribute to a Plow Guide,because over the years implements and tractors get separated . If you are sure of your plow attach a name and little info to your picture.Maybe could be a "pinned " topic .Some equipment would be regional I think, I have a Waterloo and a Empire plow probably local to Canada . Any takers ? Cheers Mike
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Posted September 06, 2013 - 08:00 PM

Ill help with that. Here's one to the list. (Try and get some other pictures taken tomorrow. This is my standard walsh and standard walsh plow.   

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Posted September 09, 2013 - 10:57 AM

This is a Planet Jr. plow with Model NPR6 Briggs engine,smaller type courtesy Jim. H.Planet Jr 2 small.jpg Planet Jr. small.jpg Planet Jr 3 small.jpg



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Posted September 09, 2013 - 10:59 AM

This is a David Bradely Plow Model 917 57552 with Sears Tag.David Bradely small.jpg David Bradely 2 small.jpg David Bradely 3 small.jpg

 

 

Courtesy Jim H.


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Posted September 09, 2013 - 11:08 AM

This is a Empire Model X plow,or what is left of it.Empire Model X small.jpg Empire Model X 2 small.jpg Empire Model X 3 small.jpg


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Posted September 09, 2013 - 01:45 PM

This is the smaller Simplicity 6 1 / 2 and 8 inch plow, maybe some one has a real picture to add.  This was Brinly plow ThanksSimplicity Plow 6  and 8 Inch.jpg



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Posted September 09, 2013 - 01:46 PM

This is the larger Simplicity 10 inch plow also Brinly made .Simplicity Plow 10 Inch.jpg


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Posted September 24, 2013 - 11:01 AM

the plow is a brinly but made for cub cadet

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Posted September 24, 2013 - 01:59 PM

Here are pics of an Ohio Steel 10" sleeve hitch plow and a Brinly 12" 3-pt plow.

The Ohio Steel plow uses a piece of all thread and four nuts to adjust the digging angle. That's how to distinguish it from the Brinly sleeve hitch plow which usually has the crank for adjusting.

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Posted September 24, 2013 - 04:51 PM

Interesting the use of a depth wheel, my Empire used a wheel and support borrowed from the cultivator to do that course when you take a wheel off something it is easy to get lost like mine.



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Posted November 14, 2013 - 09:45 PM

my plow got it working good


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Posted November 21, 2013 - 08:53 AM

Thanks HomkoBot, this is a Bolens Gardener Plow .another day another plow !

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Posted November 24, 2013 - 08:49 AM

This is the smaller Simplicity 6 1 / 2 and 8 inch plow, maybe some one has a real picture to add. This was Brinly plow Thanksattachicon.gifSimplicity Plow 6 and 8 Inch.jpg

Brinly did not offer a plow through Simplicity until the mid '70's. Prior to that, Simplicity Manufacturing produced Simplicty and Allis plows. These pictured are Simplicity built, not Brinly.

Simplicity built most of their own attachments, with the exception of those listed as 'Allied' attachments, and units like the loaders (Henry), Groundsaw (Hawk) and Post Hole Digger (Danuser).

This is an Allis mfg #2029904
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It's twin, is the Simplicity mfg #990204 & 990464
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The Simplicity # fo rhte 10" Brinly is 1690098
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This is the same 3pt 12" Brinly shown above, but available for Simplicity PowerMax tractors and equivilents under Simplicity #1600200

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Posted December 07, 2013 - 02:55 PM

Here is a plow off a 3 point hitch Sears ST -12 tractor 1976 vintage while the plow is the same colour the cross bar was added later ,sorry for the confusion,Thanks MH81. So the plow itself is unknown to me,can anyone help ?

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Posted December 07, 2013 - 04:21 PM

Here is a Sears ST -12 plow circa 1976 ,this tractor had the Sears 3 Point hitch .


Actually, I think that's a plow from a simplicity (or wards) walk behind unit.
Looks like someone added the cross bar for a sears.

Here is a walk behind plow from that era. the hitch is different, but look at the pivot and adjustment (aiming back so you can adjust as you walk behind).
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Here is the plow commonly used by Simplicity Riders
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The plow above may not actually be simplicity, but it sure is similar is several ways.





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