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Bill in NorthCentral PA
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 5:02 pm    Post subject: Independent plow company Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Has anyone heard of the Independent Manufacturing Company located in Kansas? I found a nice TPH two bottom plow and want to make sure I can get parts.

It seems to be heavy and well built. The owner thought it was built by Oliver or was somehow related.

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Bill
 
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 08, 2015 11:45 am    Post subject: Re: Independent plow company Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Bill in NorthCentral PA wrote:
(quoted from post at 02:02:14 09/17/0Cool Has anyone heard of the Independent Manufacturing Company located in Kansas? I found a nice TPH two bottom plow and want to make sure I can get parts.

It seems to be heavy and well built. The owner thought it was built by Oliver or was somehow related.

Thanks,


Bill


could be some companys made them for another company and sold some also.
just bought a two bottom plow like it
(how's it working saw the old date and thought you must have figured it out by now)
in Texas and am researching it
is very heavy duty to me.( my first time at a plow). seems that the Left sets in the ground. Right just pulls up root and rides on top of the ground some. So I lift the plow back up and redo it and adjust the hydraulics again. takes a wile but am looking up how to adjust a two bottom plow.
Adjusted the arm on the right side (dose not stop at the end and) fell out so had take the plow off fix the arm and rehook up the plow. lost light and left it sit, till I learn more.



 
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