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Plow pics

Thu Jan 10, 2013 11:33 pm

Here is my 1980 782 with a 12 inch brinly sleeve hitch plow and my friends 1987 1811 with a 10 inch brinly sleeve hitch plow. Dont mind the green and yellow paint on 12 inch plow, thats color it was when I bought it. My good friend and I plow fields and gardens in spring and fall for people.
[quote][/quote] God didnt make everything red, only the best
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Re: Plow pics

Fri Jan 11, 2013 7:48 pm

Couple hefty rigs there, I bet they are some plowing machines!

Amazes me what those Cadets can do, quite a lot of muscle in a smaller package!

Keep an eye out on the CubFest page, hopefully Central Indiana Cub Fest will announce a 2013 date, we usually do a lot of plowing there with Cadets and Cubs. I had a blast plowing with my CC 100. It looks like you are only about an hour away (it is in Tipton, IN)

Thanks for sharing,

Re: Plow pics

Fri Jan 11, 2013 8:17 pm

Thanks David, these cubs are quite the pulling machines. I want to put a dual on my 782 to help with traction and it will look like a big IH farm tractor. Me & ihquietline plowed 3 acres in 5 1/2 hours one saturday this fall. Total we have plowed around 5 acres just this fall alone. I enjoy discing, plowing & field cultivating. I hope to make it to plow day in Tipton. I cant wait till spring to roll some dirt.
Nothing runs like a deere with an IH on its rear
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