DB / Bristol TRU-TRAC plough

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DB / Bristol TRU-TRAC plough

Post by willieydb » Tue Jul 02, 2013 3:44 pm

Recently came across a very rare Bristol TRU-TRAC plough.
After much e-mailing and surfing have been informed that this plough was a joint venture twix DB and Bristol mainly to suit the model 20 crawler.The plough is straight as a die but missing the wearing parts viz mould boards, skimmers and 1 disc coulter assembly. Am convinced the wearing parts are DB especially the single notch on the flat headed plough bolts.
Serial # 1252. No mention of David Brown on the plate in this case
Would enjoy some discourse on these,again, "innovative" ploughs.
Thanks to Stuart Gibbard and a David Parfitt for some very valuable and appreciated info.

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