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Posted April 24, 2011 - 08:16 AM

I just bought a new share for mine. The old one was broken in exactly the same place as yours and the previous owner had welded it back together. He did a great job of it, but I was re-doing the plow, so I put a new one on. The cost for me was ~$35 + shipping (~$11). May be a little more for the border crossing. If the 3/8" X 1" bolts are questionable at all, order them from Brinly as well. I couldn't find them anywhere locally!

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Posted April 24, 2011 - 09:04 AM

Thanks that's not as much $ as I thought it was going to be, the plow I have looks to be in good shape so I think it's well worth fixing.

Also I think I put this thread in the wrong place, somebody should move it to
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Posted April 24, 2011 - 09:17 AM

Also I think I put this thread in the wrong place, somebody should move it to
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Done!

Caseguy, I never did ask, did you buy that from Brinly or an individual?

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Posted April 24, 2011 - 12:49 PM

Done!

Caseguy, I never did ask, did you buy that from Brinly or an individual?


Straight from Brinly. They shipped it the next day (standard procedure) and it arrived 2 days later, one day sooner than expected! It was a pleasant experience dealing with them.

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Posted April 26, 2011 - 03:02 PM

Try a place called...Delaware Pump and Parts in Canada. Phone 519-652-9611

I called Brinly and they said in Canada, call these people, Hope this helps Doug


Called these guys today and ordered the share for my plow, they say about 3 weeks till it's in my hands, cost $89.97 can.
Looks like I'm going to have me a good 10" Brinly plow soon.

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Posted April 26, 2011 - 05:26 PM

Called these guys today and ordered the share for my plow, they say about 3 weeks till it's in my hands, cost $89.97 can.
Looks like I'm going to have me a good 10" Brinly plow soon.


So, you'll be pace'g for 3 weeks, just waiting to try it out.
Glad you found one.
Hardly ever see them for sale.

That Delaware outfit? Do you know what other goodies they are into?

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Posted April 26, 2011 - 07:00 PM

Not sure going to do a search and check them out.
Found this on Kijiji>brinly sleeve hitch plow - Ontario Home/Garden Items For Sale - Kijiji Ontario Canada.

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$200. just listed.

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Posted April 26, 2011 - 07:04 PM

So, you'll be pace'g for 3 weeks, just waiting to try it out.
Glad you found one.
Hardly ever see them for sale.

That Delaware outfit? Do you know what other goodies they are into?


Found them>Delaware Pump and Parts

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Posted May 20, 2011 - 08:55 PM

Got home from work and found at my front door the part I've been waiting for, the share.

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Posted May 20, 2011 - 09:21 PM

Looks good, will look better on the plow :D

When do we see the video of it in operation?

Glad you got it thanks for "share-ing"

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Posted July 03, 2011 - 04:50 PM

Today had some time to play with the tractors a bit, tried out the plow on ET2 and didn't have too much luck making it work.
The first pass I did was the best but couldn't get it to work after that, went on line to Brinly to find out how to set it up and adjust it to work right, made some adjustments to the setup as they said but all I did was make more mess.
The tractor has the power to pull it in 1st to slow, 2nd seems to work best, and 3rd gear but the motors working really hard. I put 1 set wheel weights on and the winter tire chains are under the seat for more weight, some times the tires spin and I loose traction but most times it goes right through without loosing traction. The biggest problem is that the grass folds back so the next pass the right wheels, sometimes your in the furrow and sometimes your back on the grass.
Don't know what I have to do to get this thing to work like I see in all the videos you guys do???
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I think I need somebody to show me how this is done after all this is the first time I tried plowing of any kind.

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Posted July 03, 2011 - 05:03 PM

Try this: http://gardentractor...rden-plow-5458/.
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Posted July 03, 2011 - 05:40 PM

Looks like you are taking way too much land there. A 10 inch plow is designed to cut and flip over a strip 10 inches wide and 5 inches deep. There is a clevis attached to the beam with 3 holes in it which you have used to attach the plow to your sleeve hitch with a pin. You need to unbolt it from the beam (2 bolts) and flip it over (rotate 180 degrees) and re-attach.

Then try it again and we can offer better advice if you start down the furrow a ways and then get off and take a few pics from the rear view.... vary the distances but be up close.
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Posted July 03, 2011 - 05:49 PM

Here is an excellent site. Steve Blunier is a Cub Cadet collector and a mechanical engineer. He goes to plow days and he set up a site to promote plow days and on his site is excellent sleeve hitch adjustment instructions.

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Posted July 03, 2011 - 06:02 PM

Is that a battery powered tractor?




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