Will be probably be using my JD or maybe my Sears Garden Tractor or could even better use my gilson s-16 or maybe my wheel horse Not sure yet my garden is already established so there not be many roots i hope , up til now been using my tiller and then pulling my disc over it to smooth up , not sure just retired and am getting all my retirement toys going, so this plow and cutivator just added the icing on the cake.DANG! That sir is a GREAT find! Glad somebody only tossed them vs. junk metal.
My old place down south would really put them to use. Up here, they would only get stuck on 1,000 tree roots.
BTW, what type of tractor will you be using with these two nice gems. That could be the color scheme when you have time to freshen them up a bit.
My wife does the same thing , looks out the window and points out what i need to hide !! I got about 25 wooded acres behind my back yard so i hide my good junk back thereAs it's been said before, one man's junk.... Congrats on your find! Kind of funny I came across this today. A buddy of mine was unloading his riding lawn mower from the back of his truck. His wife had been griping at him to get rid of 2x12s and other stuff laying in a pile by his outer fence. She came out as it was being unloaded and he said, this is why I don't just throw out every thing you think is trash.
They look like the ones that was stolen from my house in Guthrie Oklahoma but im sure their not if they are they fit a case garden tractor that I used to have if that helps you out any.
LOL no they didn't come from Good Tree Oklahoma they came from Lucius bio on Lake Houston and no I don't think they wash down in the flood old boy set them out heavy trash pickup said he didn't have nothing to pull him with so I gladly assisted him in removing them from his property thanks for noticing they are two of my best findsThey look like the ones that was stolen from my house in Guthrie Oklahoma but im sure their not if they are they fit a case garden tractor that I used to have if that helps you out any.