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Post subject:   PostPosted: 23.02.2008, 21:11



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There are several CM R3 ploughs about down here which are reasonably early, as would the one you mention as the early ones had the mechanical turnover, being a handle, and a round weight stood off the plough frame on a bar. Late ones were hydraulicly opperated. £270 not sold eh?, wonder what the reserve was?
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: 23.02.2008, 21:19



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well it made 360 not sold about 2 sales ago

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Post subject:   PostPosted: 24.02.2008, 12:08



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I would be quite interested in buying a 3F DB rev. plough (should never have sold mine Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad ) But there was a big problem with the pinion shafts as mentioned earlier. The hydraulic turnover appeared in about 1972 but it was always an option even after that and you didn't need a counter-balance weight on a 3 furrow.

If anyone knows where there is a 3F CMW3R or similar I would appreciate some info. TIA

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Post subject:   PostPosted: 24.02.2008, 18:32



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the letters etc on the plate
c for c type
m ????
w ????
3 for 3 furrow
r for reversible

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Post subject:   PostPosted: 24.02.2008, 19:17



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The letters on the designation plate denotes frame type. M = Medium. W = Wide. D = Narrow. R = Reversible. 2 types of reversible ploughs, CMR (medium) CWR. (wide)

The numbers refer to how the plough is made up, type of cross-shaft, coulters, skimmers and bodies. the last letter in the sequence denotes the type of shares fitted. If anyone is unsure as to the build/make-up of their C type, post up the complete set as they appear on the plate then I can tell you how it left the factory.
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: 14.05.2008, 19:40



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Just piked up a very interesting handbook dated May 1959 for the David Brown Albion B.E., B.H., & A Series ploughs. This book has the same yellow and red cover as the implement book and contains everything, preparing the tractor, plough controls, lubrication chart, hitching to the tractor, ploughing in ley and stubble with photos of finishing, ploughing headlands, irregular land. It also has frame units and conversion sets, range of shares, combinations, assembly instructions, sub assemblies and parts lists.
All in all a very comprehensive and detailed book of 71 pages.
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: 02.07.2008, 20:19



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Anyone found this? Could be an opportunity for someone and would be nice to see it in a members possesion. http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/David-Brown-Two-F ... 286.c0.m14
 
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Post subject: plough  PostPosted: 02.07.2008, 20:53



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This plough on e-bay is for implematic tractor?

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Post subject: RE: plough  PostPosted: 02.07.2008, 21:30



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Not particularly jp as these, based on the BH type were made up to about the mid 60's I believe and as far as I know were the only type of competition plough (to give it its correct title) to be made but you could specially order parts to convert earlier ploughs. This is why I believe they were never type changed. Technically I presume that you could use this plough in any class of ploughing competition as they were built to fit any of the tractor models from the 900 to the Selectamatic so would therefore qualify for either vintage or classic classes.
 
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Post subject: RE: plough  PostPosted: 12.07.2008, 21:21



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If anyone has one of these, this is what it's worth. Question

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ... amp;ih=018
 
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Post subject: RE: plough  PostPosted: 11.08.2008, 23:24



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Been out to a farm locally this evening with a mate to pick up a BH plough he's bought, not in very good condition and a fair bit missing but worth having for it's parts. Interestingly, the old farmer had other D.B stuff strewn about the field as well so we did a deal with him and as well as the plough we came away with a spring tine cultivator and I had a pair of steel spud rear VAK wheels in very good condition.
The cultivator was interesting as it had a winding handle on it, similar to the plough adjuster handle/winders, fitted from the back headstock top-link bracket down to the centre of the frame at the rear, never seen this on a cultivator before, cultivator is of the Cropmaster era.
 
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Post subject: 3 furrow PU plough restoration  PostPosted: 11.06.2012, 14:20



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Currently reassembling a F51(1951) 3 furrow PU serial number 16752 bought from NSW
We are taking progressive pictures.
Lacks the disc and skim coulters but am fitting same from Ferguson 3 furrow
Having to refabricate top link flat bars. Something bad has happened there with unsympathetic repairs.
No sign of PU peculiar furrow width handle assembly coming to light from anywhere so may have to bite the bullet and import one from UK. Breaks my Scottish heart so it does.
Should be finished in a week or so
Have the brass DB ID plates and same with dealership details
I`ll work it out how to add pictures
 
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