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Brinly-Hardy

Model PP-51BH

Internet #100609655

10 in. Sleeve Hitch Tow-Behind Moldboard Plow

$349.00 /each

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Brinly knows plows. In fact, Brinly has been manufacturing plows for over 175-years. Whether you are breaking new ground for a garden or landscaping, the Brinly Moldboard Plow is the right tool for the project. The heavy duty steel coulter blade slices through sod and soil while the plow effortlessly digs the furrow and the moldboard turns over the old vegetation and sod to make way for new planting. All of which can be done effortlessly from the seat of a garden tractor.

  • Garden tractor attachments require a sleeve hitch for operation (not included); consult your tractor dealer or manufacturer for proper sleeve hitch, additional tractor weights may be required for proper traction and operation; see manual for details
  • 10 in. moldboard steel plow carves out the ground to make it easier to disc and cultivate garden soil
  • Adjustable cut width from 8 in. to 10 in. provides versatility for narrower or wider furrows
  • Durable 13-Gauge steel coulter kit included for accurate vertical furrow cuts
  • Heavy duty 1/4 in. solid steel plowshare provides long lasting durability for cutting through even the toughest soils
  • Easy, tool-free depth adjustments for maximum convenience and expedient plowing
  • If your garden tractor is equipped with turf-tread tires, consider using tire chains for additional traction

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What depth can I rip with this attachment?

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This plow will rip down to about 8 inches total. Remember, the depth will eventually be determined by the popwer, weight and traction of your tractor /ATV.
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It really depends on the condition of the ground your plowing, the weight of your garden tractor when using this plow. For myself, I defeated its general purpose and hooked it up to a large farm tractor. It done an excellent job well over a foot deep if you want until hanging into a few roots. The power of a larger farm tractor twisted and bent this plow like it was made of tin. I couldn't stop soon Read More
It really depends on the condition of the ground your plowing, the weight of your garden tractor when using this plow. For myself, I defeated its general purpose and hooked it up to a large farm tractor. It done an excellent job well over a foot deep if you want until hanging into a few roots. The power of a larger farm tractor twisted and bent this plow like it was made of tin. I couldn't stop soon enough before it destroyed the plow. But then again I was scooting right along rather fast to get the job done before it rained. Mind you this would not have happened if used on a small garden tractor. Read Less
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Thank you for your question. Our moldboard plow can penetrate the ground up to 10 inches.
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How much does it weight??

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wondering how much it weighs
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Weight is about 75lb, give or take. It is well balanced and easy to move around and hitch up.
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September 14, 2015
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Hi Roy328
The shipping weight on this unit is 68lbs.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions. 877-728-8224
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what is a sleeve hitch

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for using a plow behind my 728x jd momer
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A sleeve hitch is an aftermarket part that bolts onto your tractor. It generally looks like a big steel frame with a handle on one (often the right) side to raise and lower implements. It is designed to transfer the mechanical stress of pulling implements away from the thin steel of that little hole on the back of your tractor and onto the more robust frame and transmission. Be sure to check with your Read More
A sleeve hitch is an aftermarket part that bolts onto your tractor. It generally looks like a big steel frame with a handle on one (often the right) side to raise and lower implements. It is designed to transfer the mechanical stress of pulling implements away from the thin steel of that little hole on the back of your tractor and onto the more robust frame and transmission. Be sure to check with your manufacturer to confirm that your Deere is rated for "ground engaging equipment." Hope this helps!! Read Less
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September 2, 2015
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Hi Goofy,
The Sleeve Hitch is what allows the plow to be raised and lowered from the ground. It will hold the plow at the desired level in the ground and keep it stable. Without the sleeve hitch the plow would just bounce up and down on the ground and not preform properly. The Sleeve Hitches are manufactured by the tractor companies so for your John Deere model you will want to contact your local John Read More
Hi Goofy,
The Sleeve Hitch is what allows the plow to be raised and lowered from the ground. It will hold the plow at the desired level in the ground and keep it stable. Without the sleeve hitch the plow would just bounce up and down on the ground and not preform properly. The Sleeve Hitches are manufactured by the tractor companies so for your John Deere model you will want to contact your local John Deere Deal to inquire about what sleeve hitch will work with your model. If you have any other questions please feel free to give us a call at 877-728-8224 We would be happy to help.
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how to attach to my John Deere garden tractor

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Thank you for your question. You need a sleeve hitch to raise and lower the plow. You would get that from your tractor manufacturer.
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You will need to have a three point hitch attachment mounted on your tractor. Contact your John deer dealer for better details. I found YouTube invaluable when learning about hitches and attachments.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 28 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Purchase Plow was easy to assemble. Works great behind my Cub Cadet really turns the soil over great! May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Briny 10 inch Plow I purchased this product as part of a suite (along with the Briny cultivator and disc harrow) to rehabilitate an old, disused field back to productivity. This area has not been plowed in 12 years and has grown thick with broomsedge. I pull all implements with a 26hp Cub Cadet GX54 garden tractor with their OEM sleeve hitch. The plow works very well. It cuts clean and turns over the soil easily. The assembly was straightfoward, as is hookup to my tractor. The unit is small enough to be moved by one person, but that person better have kept in shape. :) Depth adjustment on the implement is simple, but you do have to dismount tractor to do it. I DO recommend wheel weights and chains, or AG tires if you have the clearance. Your tractor might have the power to pull this through the soil, but the tires are probably designed not to chew up the grass. This equals low traction. All in all, 5 stars. Easy to assemble, easy to use, and intuitive. Good product. October 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for me. Used this on a 80x 30 plot I had previously tilled. Cut through dirt easily. I definitely would have benefited from chains on my wheels, and would have bought them if they were suggested in description. This product is too heavy for shipping box and did break through shipping container... But no small pieces were lost. August 25, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not what I have used in the past, Quality of metal is not there anymore I've used one of these since I was a kid, my grandfathers plow. It was stolen, so I was really suprized to see they were still made. Yes made, but not out of the same quality materials. The Plow BENT after plowing only 30 feet of already turned over soil. Yes it was set up as directions said to. Never in over thirty years did I have a issue using my grandfathers plow. This one is Walmart Quality JUNK, only to keep cost down. Home Depot should not even have these avl. to thier customers. Start carring King Kutter or something of better quality. King Kutter makes a BX, Sub combact line of items that is even less cost and (No Kidding) Ten time better. June 5, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Plow It was easy to assemble and works well with he sleeve hitch on my Craftsman Garden Tractor. May 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It does the job! I have used this plow to completely turn over earth that had never been touched before. There was a lot of small roots buried from all the under groth that used to be there. The plow turned the soil under and ripped out the roots. Then I used a mid mount grader on my garden tractor to level everything. I have an old Wheel Horse garden tractor with a hydraulic operated clevis hitch to raise and lower the plow. I've been building up an area that will be a vegetable garden. I put lawn clippings, leaves and flower garden clippings down and plow them under every now and then. I love this plow! October 20, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Built stronger than expected Took me about 2 hours to put it together. It plowed my grassy field just fine. If I had a complaint about this, it would be that the plow's hitch is wider than my original hitch pin and the bottom of the hitch covered the hole for the cotter pin. I just put in a slightly longer hitch pin and all was well with the world. October 7, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent for small Garden Tractor but not so durable with a large farm tractor. The plow was an excellent tool if only used with small garden tractor. Not at all recommended to be used on a large farm tractor. It bends up like tin once in a bind. My fault of course. Small Garden tractor will lose traction once in to much of a bind. Full size farm tractor will keep dragging the plow even through tough roots bending and twisting it like its nothing. Turns plow into a twisted mess. As a kid ol grand dad would have said I was defeating its purpose. I totally agree. OOOppppsss! Now I have bolted the plow portion of whats left to the side of my end loader bucket. I must say its a real dirt plowing tool now!! Raise and lower my end loader bucket as I plow a row. No stopping me now. I'm sorry but I really hate getting hung up when used with a little garden tractor. As for a picture. I really do not think the manufacture of this plow would want me to show a picture of the out come of using this plow on a full size farm tractor. May 29, 2014
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