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Well she’s done ( not completely). I can’t decide if I want to just clean overspray off the rear rims or paint them. 

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Wow I was reading through my post and relized I haven’t gave y’all a update in awhile. Not a lot has happened to the wd other than painting the rear rims. Here’s just some pics of stuff I’ve done with it around the house. 

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Now that the tractor is done it was time to start on the plow to show with the tractor. Since everything slowed down I went ahead and repainted the plow to match. Hopefully soon I will be able to test it out 

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TN Hillbilly

Yes. I don’t know what happen I got it that way. Would like to find the old farmer who had the tractor before I got it to ask him what he did

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I've seen a few of those moldboards broken like that, always makes me scratch my head. Wear parts for Allis plows are a little hard to find. Not impossible, but not easy. I have a model 52 and a 53 simply because they have great shares and such on them, and the price wasn't too high.

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18 hours ago, Tj01 said:

TN Hillbilly

Yes. I don’t know what happen I got it that way. Would like to find the old farmer who had the tractor before I got it to ask him what he did

Backed up with plows down, or was stuck and pull it out backward I’d my guess 

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4 hours ago, 560Dennis said:

Backed up with plows down, or was stuck and pull it out backward I’d my guess 

I was thinking that he backed into something. You may be right though

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3 hours ago, Tj01 said:

I was thinking that he backed into something. You may be right though

Check out witmers ?  ac in west Salem, Ohio I bet he has the mold boards if you want to get replacement , but it if you going run it hard use what you got they work right ? 
or plowox 

ain’t the first time a welded moldboard lasted a lifetime 

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1 hour ago, 560Dennis said:

Check out witmers ?  ac in west Salem, Ohio I bet he has the mold boards if you want to get replacement , but it if you going run it hard use what you got they work right ? 
or plowox 

ain’t the first time a welded moldboard lasted a lifetime 

It’s Wellert’s AC Parts in West Salem. Phone number should be found easily with Google. If you have trouble locating it,  I can get it for you. 

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7 hours ago, Tippmann98 said:

It’s Wellert’s AC Parts in West Salem. Phone number should be found easily with Google. If you have trouble locating it,  I can get it for you. 

Thank you very much for correction wellerts

 

witmers is Agco in columbiana,Ohio my stake 

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Dt Fan 

Thats a nice WD45. Wouldn’t mind to gets some weights like that for the front of mine but haven’t found around here. That’s a good looking 45. Looks great

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On 6/25/2020 at 5:54 PM, Tj01 said:

I was thinking that he backed into something. You may be right though

Run it , , Take  some photos for us, AC designed plows are as good as they come ,we have a set of trailer 12 s behind the Farmall C and the C likes them ,I feel it will make me a also ran in the plowing competitions , I’vee honestly had an old farmer son tell me that’s a hot set up . Make a feel good .

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So after I got most of my projects done I bought this Oliver plow master 100 trip plow to pull behind my 1942 John Deere B. (I know the words John Deere are not suppose to be in here). I got the plow a moving yesterday and hooked it up behind the wd due to I’ve got the Deere tore down completely so I can replace leaky axle seals. Hopefully I can get a local company to sandblast it for not too much so I ain’t got to grind it. If y’all would like to see some pics of the Deere tore down just let me know 

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TJ, it would be interesting to see how that plow worked behiind the WD. The traction-booster works so good on my 45 that going to a pull plow might seem like going backwards. I have Dad's model 70, (I think) IH 4-14 with rear bottom removed that I could try sometime. Need to get it out and re-coat the bottoms before they rust.

I get all kinds of silly plowing ideas bouncing around in my head! Have a snap-coupler to three point adapter that would mount my 4-14 Oliver on the 45. In good conditions she would pull it fine, just not sure where the good conditions are. Everywhere I plow the dirt seems like concrete!

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Dt Fan

I know what you mean. All we got around here is red dirt and it's hard to plough. Idk how the pull type plow will work I will just have to try it out one day. The main reason I got it was it was cheap and would give something to show with my John Deere.

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When I got my WD the headlight on the left side didn’t match the one on the right. So finally after almost a year I got a matching headlight. Went ahead and switched the bulbs to LED’s so I could see better. 

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Nice tractor. Would love to have a WD45 Diesel

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