OK, I have a old 14" sears plow that I made into 3-pt for my 20hp Kubota, I angled the plow lightly down so it would sink to the right depth and level out under ground, I took off with it and the plow stayed at the angle and just drug the tip on top and it didn't sink in. I then angled it a little steeper and the plow sunk right in but it kept pulling down hard. I tried to adjust the plow back a little and I had the same problem of it not wanting to go in. I messed around with it for a while and I ended up lightly bending my 3-pt mounts so now I need to fix it. I even put a gauge wheel on so it can't go to deep but it still pulls hard not nice and smooth like it should.
I am needing to break 5 acres of ground with it here in a couple months so I am needing to get this figured out. I also have a 18" single bottom plow that I have had similar problems with.
Thanks for any help and info
(the pictures are of the 18" I can't find pictures 14" plow)
Edited by BTS, May 24, 2016 - 08:15 AM.