Please Help Identify FARMALL Belly Mower & Turning Plows

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Please Help Identify FARMALL Belly Mower & Turning Plows

Postby AL Farmall Boy » Sat Apr 23, 2011 4:25 pm

First, I have what looks to be a Woods or International/Danco Belly Mower. What I am concerned about/confused about is the mule drive pulleys at the rear. I am aware that they are oriented in such a way to fit the 90 degree PTO; but why is the front pulley completely flat like a belt pulley?? Also, the rear mule drive pulley resembles one of which that mounts to the PTO on the tractor. Please help me identify if these pulleys are supposed to be on there and why they are. I have several belly mowers, and have never seen those type pulleys mounted there. There are usually 2 peice pulleys in those locations.


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Second, I picked up this 2 bottom turning plow. It appears to be complete and in good condition execpt that the bottom piece of the moldboard (about 3 inches tall and 18 inches long) has completely rusted off. Please help me identify what the model of this plow is and what it is actually called.


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Third, I also got with the deal this double disc turning plow that mounts behind a Super A tractor. I am pretty sure this is the one that mounts to the front steering of the tractor. I would also like to know the model of this plow, and what it is actually called. I have 3 of these kinds of plows with all the linkage, and need to sell at least 2 of them. Identifying them would help me out A LOT! THANK YOU ALL!!


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Re: Please Help Identify Belly Mower & Turning Plows

Postby Super A » Sat Apr 23, 2011 4:29 pm

The two bottom plow is an A-295 with slat bottoms, for a Super A.

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Re: Please Help Identify Belly Mower & Turning Plows

Postby AL Farmall Boy » Sat Apr 23, 2011 5:07 pm

Is there anything else I need to know about the A-295 Slat bottom plow, as I have never owned one of them. Are the pieces on the bottom of the slatted moldboard hard to find? This one is completely rusted off, as it broke off when we loaded it. Also, does it appear to be complete? How would it hook up to the tractor? THANKS for the helpful info!!
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Re: Please Help Identify FARMALL Belly Mower & Turning Plows

Postby SONNY » Thu Apr 28, 2011 3:00 pm

I am afraid slat bottom parts might be a bit hard to find!--I had a 1 bottom IH slat bottom that got stolen (junked) otherwise you could have had it!---parts yards that specialize in equipment (not tractor) parts might be a possible source for used parts.

your last pic. is a disk plow. (I'll take it!!!)--LOL!--- always wanted one of them in a 2-disk size! thanks; sonny
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Re: Please Help Identify FARMALL Belly Mower & Turning Plows

Postby Super A » Thu Apr 28, 2011 4:18 pm

SONNY wrote:I am afraid slat bottom parts might be a bit hard to find!--I had a 1 bottom IH slat bottom that got stolen (junked) otherwise you could have had it!---parts yards that specialize in equipment (not tractor) parts might be a possible source for used parts.

your last pic. is a disk plow. (I'll take it!!!)--LOL!--- always wanted one of them in a 2-disk size! thanks; sonny


It wouldn't be hard to convert that plow to regular bottoms. You would just need to find a couple complete 12" bottoms, like from Cub plows, for it.

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Re: Please Help Identify FARMALL Belly Mower & Turning Plows

Postby AL Farmall Boy » Mon May 09, 2011 9:28 am

Sonny,

If you want the plow, I'll take $175 cash for it. Just let me know when you're ready to come pick it up!

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