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So i was at a show a recently and finally broke down and picked up a brinly plow for my 140. I've been wanting one ever since i got the tractor. It seems to me to be  in excellent original condition. With a couple drops of oil, everything turns free and smooth. The coulter wheel evens turns nice.





I have a couple questions about it. Can anyone tell me what model of plow it is? i googled some the numbers on the serial plate stick and couldn't really turn anything up. Is there anyway to date when it was built?

 

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I have a couple questions about it. Can anyone tell me what model of plow it is? i googled some the numbers on the serial plate stick and couldn't really turn anything up. Is there anyway to date when it was built?
BigFlash - I've not looked into your question before but I would be willing to bet that Brinly-Hardy stopped painting their ground engaging implements of that nature in the 1970. The color was/is International Harvester Beige. International Harvester Beige because they [brinly-Hardy] worked very closely with International Harvester regarding implements for their Cub Cadet LGTs. Brinly placed SN decals on implements such as yours but far too many of them feel off over time. This decal would have told you what year it was made. Try contacting Brinly directly and email them a picture of your Moldboard Plow and maybe they can give you a better idea of just when it was manufactured. Hope this helps.

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So i was at a show a recently and finally broke down and picked up a brinly plow for my 140. I've been wanting one ever since i got the tractor. It seems to me to be  in excellent original condition. With a couple drops of oil, everything turns free and smooth. The coulter wheel evens turns nice.





I have a couple questions about it. Can anyone tell me what model of plow it is? i googled some the numbers on the serial plate stick and couldn't really turn anything up. Is there anyway to date when it was built?

If I'm looking at the correct pic that is a close up of the ser# that is a 1972 date
 

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Yes fitter9, the older versions were white, while the newer versions are black.

Also, Welcome to the site, and glad to have you with us. If you haven't already done so, go to the introduction post and introduce yourself to the others, along with telling us a little bit about yourself so that we can get to know you better! Looking forward to your input and knowledge here. 
 
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