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post #1 of 23 Old 10-07-2018, 10:54 PM Thread Starter
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Help Identifying Disk Plow

I was wondering if anybody can help me identify this plow and maybe find parts.
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I was wondering if anybody can help me identify this plow and maybe find parts.
do u think ur gonna find parts for a disk that may b a century old... if it is over 50 years it's called 'older than the hills'


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I was wondering if anybody can help me identify this plow and maybe find parts.
do u think ur gonna find parts for a disk that may b a century old... if it is over 50 years it's called 'older than the hills'
It's possible. Being able to identify it would increase the likelihood as it might point me into the direction of someone that specializes in that brand.
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post #4 of 23 Old 10-08-2018, 10:29 AM
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Re: Help Identifying Disk Plow

Here is a link to a 2 bottom version of a disk plow that is similar. The scrapers appear to be the same and the 3 point hitch is heavy duty on both. Probably can eliminate Ford and Ferguson as they both had pipe frames in the '50's. also, neither had tractors large enough to pull a 3 bottom.
The number you have displayed on a part is probably a date of manufacture. Do you have any that might have a part number?

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It's possible. Being able to identify it would increase the likelihood as it might point me into the direction of someone that specializes in that brand.
cyrus found a supplier for ya.. it looks like ur's.. click on his link for a pic.. he says it was made 52-58.. now I think that ur not gonna find new parts.. just old ones (if ur lucky).. a lot of them have been sent to the scrap pile..


the round fenderd JD's
4-JD 60's.. 2-JD 70's.. 6-JD 100's.. 2-JD 110's.. 2-JD 112's..

3 JD LT 155's.. JD R-72.. JD Scotts 2048.. JD 111.. JD Sabre 1742..
WH RJ-58.. WH Lawn Ranger.. WH 654.. WH 854.. 2- MF 14's..
Craftsman GT 6000.. CC 70.. CC 100.. CC 129..
total tractors is 30..
home built log spliter 4x24 ram.. 20hp.. 11 seconds per cycle..

give a monkey a wrench & he can ruin the world.. whirly 7/27/2018
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Re: Help Identifying Disk Plow

The tailwheel assembly on your plow looks different than the Deere plows. I'm no expert though. I didn't know much about the disc plows till I moved to Oklahoma - they were everywhere there. Something about the soil and rocks.
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He's one of the first ones I emailed. He didn't know anything on it. What's throwing me is part of it is red and part green. The tail and wheel are green, minus the part someone cobbled together from what appears to be a sewer cover.
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He's one of the first ones I emailed. He didn't know anything on it. What's throwing me is part of it is red and part green. The tail and wheel are green, minus the part someone cobbled together from what appears to be a sewer cover.
JD parts were RED before 1926 IH was green before 26.. they made the switch in 1926.. a man from Marcus, Iowa did research on this.. he has what appears to b a corn sheller that was made by JD & it's painted red.. the article I read in 'our Iowa' magazine.. the Aug/Sept 2017 edition..

one thing to remember in the early days they didn't have welders.. parts were heated to white hot then hammered together.. this was done to things like the wooden wagon wheel outer rims.. most other stuff was bolted together.. welders came to b in the early 40's & were called stick welders..


the round fenderd JD's
4-JD 60's.. 2-JD 70's.. 6-JD 100's.. 2-JD 110's.. 2-JD 112's..

3 JD LT 155's.. JD R-72.. JD Scotts 2048.. JD 111.. JD Sabre 1742..
WH RJ-58.. WH Lawn Ranger.. WH 654.. WH 854.. 2- MF 14's..
Craftsman GT 6000.. CC 70.. CC 100.. CC 129..
total tractors is 30..
home built log spliter 4x24 ram.. 20hp.. 11 seconds per cycle..

give a monkey a wrench & he can ruin the world.. whirly 7/27/2018
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How about a different view? The 3 point hitch indicates it has to be after '39 and likely after mid-40's. There were'nt a lot of 3 bottom capable tractors, with 3 point hitch, until later than that. JD's 3 point in early '50's had an unusual top link, which this plow does NOT have. Massey Harris and probably Cockshutt had a 3 point. Cockshutt was also a plow manufacturer. they used red color, but not sure about green on them.
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He's one of the first ones I emailed. He didn't know anything on it. What's throwing me is part of it is red and part green. The tail and wheel are green, minus the part someone cobbled together from what appears to be a sewer cover.

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Check this guy, who purchased a Cockshutt 3 point hitch disc plow. Perhaps he can provide a picture. He is a member of the Forum.....or was in 2010, anyway.

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Did Cockshutt ever make a Model 264 Disc Plow for three point hitch.If they did,in what years and for what model of Cockshutt tractor.I could only find information on White model 264 disc plow.I found a used set for sale that has been paint and marked Cockshutt 264 and don't know if they are correct.Thank you,Lonnie



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Call me crazy, but isn't this a smaller version of your plow? Looks green and maybe orange to me. Did Case make a disc plow?

Edit: can't get the pic to work. Look at the third plow down on this link

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I'm going to apologize. I just took these and was at the mercy of my phone.
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I don't think I duplicated any.
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