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2 months 6 days ago #230700 by D2MOVA
Plow Days was created by D2MOVA
  4furrow 12inch furrows 8inch deep in 4th gear
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2 months 5 days ago #230702 by D4Jim
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Another nice picture of a good looking tractor and plow!! Tractor must be in good condition to pull 4-12's in fourth gear. Don't think mine would do that.

ACMOC Member 22 years
D47U 1950
Cat 112 1949
Cat 40 Scraper

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2 months 5 days ago #230703 by kracked1
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Great picture

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2 months 5 days ago #230708 by neil
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Might be sandy loam in that area. It looks like the Christchurch area which is alpine runoff high in sand. Is that where you're plowing D2Mova? Nice picture either way. We have the same soil in this area so I'm keen to get a 4 bottom for my 5U

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Neil

Pittsford, NY

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2 months 5 days ago #230709 by juiceman
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Nice! Nothing better than shiny pads and moldboards. Very nifty setup. I might have to bring my D2 4U out of hiding and give 'er a workout. Thanks for sharing. JM

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2 months 22 hours ago #230861 by D2MOVA
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Hi Neil
Her it is right beside the airport had freezer beans in it Also the plough is a Reid&Gray model HHB (heavy high beam) Made in Dunedin probably in the 30s a lot of then around still weigh s in at just under 2ton also made liter model called asilver plough a lot under in the vintage ploughing comps today I have a 3 furrow silver as well long mould boards of course made in England and double skinned twice as thick on the bottom
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