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#1 DougN OFFLINE  

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Posted May 11, 2015 - 10:06 PM

Does anyone know the dimensions of the yoke part of the plow that attaches to the sleeve hitch? I know the plates are maybe 3 1/2" apart and the holes are 5/8". What is the width of the yoke and the depth? Can one be made from U channel? 

 

I know they are pretty cheap to buy but I am adapting another type plow to use with it that has a flat plate 90 degrees to the plow frame. Not the two long pieces that come with the Brinly plows. So I need just the u channel piece of the yoke and not one with the extra piece welded to it.

 

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Posted May 12, 2015 - 05:43 AM

I can get those numbers later today if no one has by then. It's a little dark out there right now. :smilewink:



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Posted May 12, 2015 - 07:09 AM

You may find you need more than just the U channel.  You may need the flat piece extending back from the U that bolts to the plow frame for adjustment.  I definitely would not weld it directly to the plow.  If that angle is not right for the tractor you put it on, or another tractor down the road, then you have a problem.  On my Brinly that I pull with a 1053 I had to change the hitch angle to get the plow to run flat when it was 5-6" in the ground.  Before it wanted to run nose down all the time and pulled real hard.


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Posted May 12, 2015 - 07:27 AM

I think the yoke sets at about a 10° angle. Post some pics of what you are putting it on.



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Posted May 12, 2015 - 10:17 AM

I got some pics. This is a Brinly 10" plow. Don't know what width your plow is. That could make a difference on where this is mounted side-to-side.

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Width= 3.5"

Depth= 2.25" (to back side)

Thickness= 0.375"

 

Inside Height= 3.5"

Holes= 1 center, the other two 1" out. .625" dia.

Angle= 10°

 

Center hole is about 1" offset to the left (from rear of plow)

 

Let's see your plow!


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Posted May 12, 2015 - 03:13 PM

I was mistaken about the plow. I looked at it again and realized it has a solid bar all the way up and doesn't unbolt where I thought it did. So I guess I will have to find one with the hitch. Thanks to all of you for the replies.

 

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Posted May 12, 2015 - 03:50 PM

If you weren't so far away, I would sell you this Brinly! 



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Posted May 12, 2015 - 04:24 PM

Thanks Kenny. Yeah your Brinly is what I need. Maybe I can locate one on Craigslist not too far away.


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