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    Howse Plows

    Has anyone used a Howse plow with their tractor? I currently have a Brinly and while it works well, I was wondering if the Howse would be a better fit for my 1025R. I like the looks of them, and they have a 'Mini' that seems would work well between both my X575 and the 1025r. I know they don't have the options as the Brinly, but I am sure it can be fabbed up and made to work.

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    2016 X758, 54" HC mower, Quick Hitch, 60" blade, 3 pt hitch

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    I am interested here as well. I would like a plow, and have looked at the Frontier, TSC/King Kutter, Howse, as well as the Brinly (with the Heavy Hitch sleeve hitch adapter). Any comments/help would be appreciated, including how the sleeve hitch adapters work with the Brinly.
    JD 1025r; H120 loader; Howse 48" rotary cutter; Deere 647 tiller; County Line post hole digger; County Line middle buster; County Line carry-all; Ford 5' 3-point blade; Heavy Hitch receiver hitch/weight bracket; Heavy Hitch tooth bar; Titan pallet forks; Ken's bolt-on hooks.

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    I looked at many plows when I was searching for one for my X595.The howse mini was one as well as brinly 12" (they don't make them anymore) frontier,The one's at everything attachments and others.The problem is unless you can look at them and measure the height of the bottom pins to the ground you don't know if it will lift high enough with a limited cat 1 hitch.Plus as always for me it parts,parts ,parts,where can I get them and how long are they going to be available.I ended up getting the Brinly 10",they are popular and I can get parts online at brinly,from JD and northern tool.Here is a thread on making a sleeve hitch to a 3pt.X595 cat 1 3 pt plow - MyTractorForum.com - The Friendliest Tractor Forum and Best Place for Tractor Information
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    not many use or know how to use a bottom plow Me too i am interested in one but a good one idiot proof wheels is way to much money
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