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Old 07-06-2011, 04:29 PM   post #1 of 4
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Default Walk behind horse drawn turning plow

The wife and I received this from a friend a few years ago. We just restored it in the last few days. It has the name of Moore Plow CO. and Peerless Plow company on it. We believe it to be of the 1890s era. It is an AX right turn plow. I got all the old square head bolts to come off except for two. I used stainless cottage bolts in their place. When we got it there a spot on it that had almost this shade of green paint on it. This was as close to the color as we could get. We now have a horse drawn walk behind cultivator to restore. That will be one of the next projects.
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Old 07-06-2011, 06:19 PM   post #2 of 4
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Nice! I've always been a fan of the old horse drawn stuff.

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Old 07-06-2011, 11:33 PM   post #3 of 4
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Say, Hamman...nice restore on that plow! A great way to save those hard to find old square heads is to set the assembly in the bath of soda and battery charger. That electrical means of rust removal apparently does such a great job those nuts and bolts just unscrew as easily as the day they were installed. Well, so I'm told. I've yet to try it, but am convinced from all I've seen....
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Old 07-07-2011, 08:32 PM   post #4 of 4
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Very nice restore hammon; now all you need is a horse to pull it!
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