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|Keith||I recently purchased a two bottom that lowers and raises with the pull of a rope. Did Minneapolis Moline ever make plows like that, as I have narrowed the only original paint down left on the plow to look like MM or Case? Thanks in advance.
The plow is a 14 inch model.
|RustyFarmall||Just about all of the machinery makers built a rope trip plow, including Minneapolis-Moline. Until the time came along where hydraulics were standard issue, there was no other way to raise and lower a plow, except with the rope trip mechanism.