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#16 speedbird OFFLINE  

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Posted June 20, 2017 - 05:28 PM

I had the plow sitting flat on the garage floor and raised the left side of the tractor on blocks until the draw bar lined up with the bars on the plow.  If I can keep the furrow the same depth as the blocks it will be level. If it isn't quite level it wont matter. I don't compete in plowing matches I just go out and play in the dirt. Floyd.


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#17 MiCarl OFFLINE  

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Posted June 20, 2017 - 06:40 PM

I had the plow sitting flat on the garage floor and raised the left side of the tractor on blocks until the draw bar lined up with the bars on the plow.  If I can keep the furrow the same depth as the blocks it will be level. If it isn't quite level it wont matter. I don't compete in plowing matches I just go out and play in the dirt. Floyd.

Looking at your plow it appears that it can be moved a couple inches right or left within the Speedex frame.  You probably could have set it up better on the S-19 and might find them easier to use than moving the brackets on your draw bar.


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