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WTB 372 Plow Bottoms

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Ryan Renko View Drop Down
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    Posted: 06 Dec 2020 at 5:13pm
Looking to buy 3 372 plow bottoms in great shape for a plow we are restoring. We have been in contact with Dave the Plow Man and Ploworx but no luck yet. Anybody know of any? Thanks in advance, Ryan
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Bump.
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I have some OEM layes or shares if that is what you are looking for but not the complete bottom
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Have part numbers
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I would not know a 372 bottom of I was standing on one...where is the part number and
do you have any pictures... also on what plow models and years likely made...Mark
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In a old plow book it talks about a 370 series...which would be non trip 3 bottom..snap or pull type....372 is medium curvature....and 375 for general purpose...I guess I could find one now...Mark
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I believe the bottoms on the plow my dad bought new in 1963 was 374
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374 bottoms were slat bottoms.
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If you are looking for the frogs, I have about 20 NOS frogs, but the whole complete bottom you would be out of luck
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Some day here soon  coming along with a 170 gas tractor is a 3 bottom trip plow in good condition  and it will be for sale along with a 3 point cult. and a nice 3 point Allis Chalmers scraper blade ,all bee barn kept from new .I have  worked on the tractor from early 80's . 
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Just because you do not have the tools for job , it dose not make it a bad design.
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I was going to post a couple pictures of the plow my brother is working on but this site isn't the easiest to post pictures on. We appreciate any help we an get. Thanks everyone. Ryan
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Ryan send you a PM
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Ryan,

Any reason a 372?  387 still can get shares,moldboard.  
If its not an All-Crop, it all crap!
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