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|ricky||we have this really old 4 plow made by case. it looks like it might have been pulled by horses but were not sure. on the left tire there is a casing. we decided to open it up and its some type of brake. i was wondering if anyone knew what the brake was used for??or if its even a brake
|bontai Joe||It would take a large team of horses to pull a 4 bottom plow! I'm pretty sure it was built for a tractor, maybe old enough for a steam tractor, but unlikely for horses.
|farmm||That gadget on the wheel was most likely the trip to pull the plow out of the ground, maybe pieces are missing. On old pull types pulling a rope would drop the plow and pulling it again would raise it. Before they used hydralics to do the same thing.