I can live with that.
While car shopping with my daughter, I was talking to a gentleman and he said he had an original plow for his uncle's Country Squire. He said it worked fine with his Country Squire but when he sold the Squire, the plow did not go with it. Fast forward 10 years and he has acquired his father's Power King with 24in Rears. It also came with a plow and that reminded him of his uncle's old plow in the barn.
When he got it out, he realized they were different. He said he tried it on his Power King and because of the 24-inch rears it did not work well. I am still fine-tuning it with the CS, but am able to turn dirt and the setup leads me to believe it may be right.
Actually, I think most of my problems come from a very rusty moldboard.
Even if it ends up that it isn't oem, it looks good back there and it works. It also makes me smile.
The plow beam and the front attachment point as well as the U bolt are green, the brackets behind The mold board are reddish orange. All of the paint looks old.
The square head nuts behind the plow bracket allow for a 5 or 10 degree adjustment of the plow angle. This is done with cam spacers and look very original.
The depth wheel is not original, it is a Brinley and I have already removed it.
Anyways, give me your opinions.
Here are some pics.
Edited by MH81, August 01, 2017 - 07:32 PM.