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Old 04-18-2011, 04:57 PM
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I pick up a one row plow today for free. Does anyone know what this looked like when it was original The name says David Bradley.
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I'm no expert on plows but it is in good condition. Singles with a sod cutter stay in the cut better than without a cutter. I use one to plow my garden. I had to convert mine from a horse drawn to a 3 point. It sure makes rototilling easier. Are you going to use it or is it a yard art item?
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Old 04-18-2011, 05:30 PM
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I'm no expert on plows but it is in good condition. Singles with a sod cutter stay in the cut better than without a cutter. I use one to plow my garden. I had to convert mine from a horse drawn to a 3 point. It sure makes rototilling easier. Are you going to use it or is it a yard art item?
I think I might use it. Thanks for telling me what the wheel is for. I kind of tought that but was not 100% sure.
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Looks like a hard ho to row.. I mean a hard row to hoe.

I used to enjoy seeing guys in Thailand plowing rice paddies with a buffalo...
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Old 04-18-2011, 06:09 PM
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Looks like a hard ho to row.. I mean a hard row to hoe.

I used to enjoy seeing guys in Thailand plowing rice paddies with a buffalo...

The only hard thing is the seat on the tractor
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Vernon,

I have seen these called a brinly plow.

Here is some info

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Just for the info, it is called a single bottom plow, not a one row. But heck, you can call it whatever you want to.
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Its a Brinly plow for sure off a Sears garden tractor. I have the same one. I know a guy in western Oh looking for one...Bob
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Old 04-18-2011, 06:39 PM
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Its a Brinly plow for sure off a Sears garden tractor. I have the same one. I know a guy in western Oh looking for one...Bob
Can you send me a picture of yours. And how much is it worth if I decide to sale.
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The original color scheme for David Bradley is light tan & brown. Mostly light tan, with brown as highlights.

Nice plow & will dig the taters up quite well.
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