Newby question for those that might have experience. Trying to adapt a 40-50 year old brinly 10 inch moldboard, originally made for a two wheeled tractor with a single pin, to work behind my recently acquired old/vintage diesel kubota 17hp GT. The problem I have specifically is the blow wobbles to much and lies over and does not reliably grab throughout the soil/sods. One issue, the previous owner of the tractor welded on a 2 inch ball, so I have attached the plow to a 2 inch hitch, thus the wobble. Any ideas to make this setup work, such as a guide wheel with weights on the plow as in the plow setup tutorial in this forum. The kubota has two attachment spaces about 10 inches above the hitch that I was thinking of using to emulate a three point setup with steel brackets triangulating to the plow to support it also. I guess I can just hacksaw off the 2 inch ball also, to use a small hitch pin, but I thought the hitch ball may have use for me with a 4x6 trailer later for moving stuff around the property, and it seems sturdier.
Just probing for any thoughts if anyone cares to provide input for someone trying something new here.