Re: WTB Dearborn plow parts

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Posted by Tim Daley(MI) on September 21, 2019 at 19:01:04 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: WTB Dearborn plow parts posted by Andy Wildman on September 21, 2019 at 15:00:00:

HiYa Andy-
These old Ford & Dearborn implements are no longer serviced, meaning no longer made. he 104310 Snubber is the 'L' bolt for adjusting and could be made with a 5/8-18 thread; I've made these before. The 104375 Cross shaft was cast steel and the LH pin was molded on, the RH was a separate linch pin. The Dearborn 10-152 Economy Plow was the 12" version. The good news is that both parts were used on the 10", 12", 14" and 16" Economy Plows so finding a junker to swap parts from is going to be one option. Depending on the costs of buying parts plow, option #2 is to consider just buying another Dearborn Economy Plow. They can be found at boneyards, tractor shows, and swap meets. Ebay listings tend to run higher than what I'd pay. If you choose to but another, I suggest you go with a 10-156 or other 14" Plow. Wear parts like moldboards, shins, frogs, and shares/points are still available for the 14" and 16" plows, but not the 10" and 12" models. Option #3 is to contact Scott Deppen at Sweigard Bros or George Bradish Tractor Parts for the parts you seek. Both are in PA.

Scroll down to find the plow/middlebuster master parts catalog and you can see the whole parts list of numbers and descriptions.

Tim Daley(MI)

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