Everything Attachments has a video that kinda explains how to tune your plow (I think)...
I can't wait to see the finished product, Lowell.This is what I'm working with: View attachment 36815
It's the 3rd bottom from an 810 plow that I bought some years ago for a 58-520. The 520 handled the 2 bottom much better that 3.
I have a shin to replace the broken one, will make a long landside with 1/2" x 4" steel, should last quite a while no more than I'll use the plow! I've already cut the long beam off ahead of the coulter mounting holes & switched sides with the angled brace. Picked up the steel this morning to make the 3-pt frame.
Don't know about the Frontier, have to check on mine!Lowell:
This is looking real good. I'm anxious to see the finished product.
I think I noticed in the picture you posted earlier that yours has a spring trip standard. Does the Frontier have a spring trip, or does it use a shear bolt?
From the pictures is looks like you are using parts from a Frontier plow!Did some more work on the plow the last couple of days. Cut many of the parts for the "A" frame yesterday & drilled the bolt holes today. View attachment 37149 I drill 3/16" pilot holes then bits up to 1/2", for bigger holes, I use bi-metal hole saws. I still have one 5/8" hole to cut in the plow frame. There will be a 5/8 x 2-1/2" to weld the top link uprights to, then it will be clamped to the 2-1/2" lower cross beam. Some braces will be used when I find the size needed.
I'm using pictures of a Frontier one-bottom as a pattern: View attachment 37150