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Bolt-on Plow Points
Reversible bolt-on plow points formerly available only on Kverneland plows or Deere plows equipped with Kverneland bottoms are now available for all makes of North American built plows from Webster Farm Supply, of Wyoming, Ont.
Initially, you need to buy a new blade share (sells for right at $27 Canadian) with pre-drilled holes for bolting on the reversible point, which retails for $6.95 (Canadian).
"Once you've made the initial investment of $23 per bottom for a new share and a new replacement point, your cost for several years thereafter is only the $6.95 expense for additional replacement points, which are self-sharpening and reversible," explains Al Webster, importer of the Danish-built shares and points. "One share should outwear three to five replacement points, which are made out of the same high carbon steel used for the shares."
Webster notes that the holes for bolting on the replacement points are oblong shaped, making it virtually impossible to drill them yourself in existing plow shares, or to have a local welding shop custom drill them.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Webster Farm Supply, 569 Broadway St., P.O. Box 600, Wyoming, Ont., Canada NON 1TO (ph 519 845-3240).


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