Sat Jan 11, 2014 10:36 pm
Been following this post and kept thinking I wish somebody would post a picture because I haven't got a clue what they're talking about.
Well I got my wish and I still haven't got a clue
Sun Jan 12, 2014 8:09 am
Scrivet it must be a Missouri think. I'm with you. I still haven't got a clue.
Tue Jan 14, 2014 4:58 pm
Glad to finally see some pictures. Yes, your ace pictures show the same shear/point and moldboard as my 193 plow. I have sent some pics of mine to Rudi for him to post but he hasn't been on the forum much lately. Have been trying to find a source for replacement parts but no luck yet. Have posted the painted(stenciled) part #s for the ace in a previous post.
Thu Jan 16, 2014 7:02 pm
Ok from the land side to the point on the left (third pic., last post) doesn't look very wide. Did it take ten inches of soil? Wonder if it pulled easier than the cub plow? Thanks for the pictures. Brain is not as fogy.
Thu Jan 16, 2014 8:19 pm
cubbrian wrote:The moldboards are made in such a way as to only turn the sod over 1/2 or 3/4 depending on which one. The one in the picture appears to be the 8 inch "Rex" moldboard. They were supposedly used for certain types of soil that would become unworkable if the sod was completely turned over.
Unworkable if completely turned over?
Could one of the FC.com "Plow Kings" explain to the rest of us plow newbie's, under what conditions a guy would want this? I seems to recall somebody putting on a plow set up/demo school at one of the Cub gatherings. Wish I could attend. I would think the science of the plow is more in depth than people think. Learning tons here. Thanks.
Thu Jan 16, 2014 9:52 pm
The distance (width) from the landside across to the point is 9" as it appears in my pictures. This plow does turn the sod completely over against the previously plowed furrow. It works best or does the neatest job if I plow in second gear. Easily plows 6" deep. This is a cub 193 plow.
Thu Jan 16, 2014 10:12 pm
Well, in an effort to better understand why the different style bottom I recalled doing some research on an Oliver #19 wooden beam walking plow I purchased a little over a year ago and at that time I had found a book called The Oliver Plow Book: A Treatise on Plows and Plowing
(1920). I remembered it had way more information than I needed to know. Looking it over again I found one of the sections was on moldboards. I scanned through that section and have a little better understanding of the different styles of moldboards now. The book is available as a free google ebook here:http://books.google.com/books/about/The_Oliver_Plow_Book.html?id=pSxJAAAAIAAJ
and with a neat lady reading it to you avaialble from The California Digital Library (hit the speaker button in the upper right corner of the book window) here: https://archive.org/details/oliverplowbooktr00bacorich
The moldboard section starts on page 97. Page 109 and 110 has what they call a Scotch type, that looks like the Canadian bottom to me, with an explanation of it's use.
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