53A104 High Wing Furrower to Build Your Own Potato Plow, Middlebuster or Furrower!
Using a 53A104 High Wing Furrower, You Can Create Your Own Implement! Affix this Part# 53A104 High Wing Furrower to a Flat Shank with a Footpiece, and with a Flat Shank Clamp, Attach the Shank and 53A104 High Wing Furrower to a Toolbar and Install the Toolbar on a 3 Pt. Hitch
53A104 High Wing Furrower Description:
- 8″ Furrower
- 8″ Bottom Width with 9.5″ Top Width.
- 1/4″ Thick with 2-1/4″ Hole Spacing.
- Requires (2) 7/16″ Plow Bolts or (1) 5/8″ Carriage Bolt
- Made from 1080 High Carbon Steel.
- Heat Treated for Longer Wear
High Wing Furrowers are punched with 3 holes. Two holes for 7/16″ plow bolts on 2-1/4″ centers and one square hole, centered for 5/8″ carriage bolt.
Suggested Potato Plow Setup using the 53a104 High Wing Furrower Below:
Attach Part# 53a104 High Wing Furrower to Part# FS58-2 Flat Shank with a Footpiece (Sold Separately).
The Footpiece opening is appx. 3 3/4″ long and 5/8″ wide and accepts the High Wing Furrower.
Just Attach the Flat Shank with Footpiece to a Part# S22Wood Flat Shank Clamp onto a Part# HT02-04-L4 2 x 2 Toolbar (Sold Separately).
Below is a Toolbar on our Part# Cat I 2×2 3 Pt. Hitch (Sold Separately)
And, in no time, you have built a Middlebuster to Dig Potatoes!
We have several styles of High Wing Furrowers:
Part# 53A104 High Wing Furrower
Part# 53A102 High Wing Furrower
53A102 High Wing Furrower 10 x 1/4″
to Build a Potato Plow or Middlebuster
Part# 53A103 High Wing Furrower
Tools Needed to Use the Flat Shank and Parts to Build a Potato Plow:
5/8” Wrench to snug up Flat Shank to the Flat Shank Clamp
¾” Wrench to snug up Flat Shank Foot Pieces
(2) 3/8” x 3” bolts to affix the Furrower to the Foot Piece
9/16” Wrench to snug up the bolts to Foot Piece and Furrower
Customer writes: “I just wanted to let you know how impressed I am with your Wunderbar. I purchased the Disc Hiller & Potato Plow and they both worked GREAT. I can’t believe how sturdy everything is and your pricing can’t be beat. You can bet I’ll be back for more “toys”.” Thanks, Andy Parker