The first picture shows the setup for the first pass, after a few more the problems showed up, that's when I went and checked out out Brinly site for there recommended setup. the hitch bracket with the 3 sets of holes in it that you speak of is mounted wrong in the picture for my tractor, so I flipped it just like you say and tried to adjust the depth and couler like they say and still made a mess.
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.
I'm going to try again another day this time on a spot that doesn't have such thick grass and see what happens.
I also checked out Olcowhands article on the proper way to setup a plow.
Brinly say's if you try to plow grass you will have problems, anybody else experience that?
What is the purpose of the couler or round disc?
Yes ET2 is a battery powered tractor > http://gardentractor...n-tractor-1957/