Today I mounted the plow onto the tractor and started trying to get it all set up.
When I first mounted it the saddle/cradle was setting level but with this setup the plow itself was tilted way off of flat/level.
To get the plow to rest level on the shed floor I actually had to lower one side of the saddle as far as it would go while raising the other side of the saddle nearly as far as it would go. By doing this the plow is now resting as it should.
My question is if it is normal to have to use such an extreme adjustment.
I honestly figured that I might have to drop or raise one side of the saddle a little bit but I never dreamed that it would be so much.
If someone could shed some light on this I would really appreciate it.
I've looked the plow over really well and it doesn't look as if it's bent or anything.
As always, thanks in advance.