Topic: Re: Old Walking Plow Identification
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The shin and share are one piece, but upon doing some googling I don't think it's set up how you are thinking about it. The bottom third of the plow is one piece, and the top 2/3 is another single piece. There really isn't a shin going up the front of the moldboard like you would see in many plows.
I found something for sale on ebay for an oliver plow that was a v-shaped shin/share with one square bolt hole. I don't have that - and I'm thinking that was what you were describing.
My moldboard also appears to be steel. I've cleaned that up now, and there are no identifying marks on it.
I guess the search continues.... I had no idea it was so hard to ID older plows, but after reading about how many companies made them and Google searching for this one I can now see what an issue it is. It's a bit sad that all that history has just faded into time.....
All I know now is that the beam/share/moldboard/frog are all painted in that emerald green color. I suspect my handles aren't origional, since they are two piece and I haven't seen that anywhere in my searching.
This post was edited by TWG1572 at 06:43:53 11/20/12.
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