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|Mike Cummings||My father has a 1950's Super A he is planning on restoring. My father in law gave him a molboard plow that fits it. (or at least we think) My sons and I thought it would be fun to put it on and plow some gardens with it. Problem is, I can't get the plow in the ground. I have set the hitch to the lowest point, and it is turned around so its under the tractor. But the point does not hit it so that it will start in the ground. Does anyone have any pictures of a 1 bottom plow mounted to a Super A? It appears that I need to lower the hitch more, but I do not see anyway to do that. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks!
|Hugh MacKay||Mike: What you need is a linkage from the drawbar up to the right rockshaft beside the fuel tank. You take the height adjustment bolts out of the drawbar. One of only a hand full of tractors to have hydraulically adjusted depth controll on the move as you plow.