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US35432A
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C. F. BARAGER.

Side-Hill Plow.

'Patented June s, 1862.

lNm3-5,4132.'

N.PETERS. PHOTOMTHUGRPHER, WASHINGTON. D C.

.tween the movable and fixed sections CHARLES F. BARAGER, 0F cannon,

NEW YORK.

Y IMPROVED REvERslBL'PLow.

specination forming perror Letters Patent No. 35,432, dated June a, m62.

To all whom it concern;

Be it known that l, CHARLES F. BARAGER, of Gandor,in the `county of Tioga and State of New York, have invented a new and useful" ofthe movable or swinging section of the moldn board.

Similar letters ot reference indicate corresponding parts in the several figures.

. My invention consists in the peculiar manner of arran ging and shftingthe movable or swinging section of mold-board by and simultaneously withy the turning of the beam toadapt the implement to use either as a right or left hand plow, a's may be desired, said improvements adding greatly to the strength of the plow, at the same time rendering it less liable to choke or clog by stubble or lweeds getting beot' the mold board, as will be hereinafter fully explained.

To enable others skilled in the art to fully understand and construct my invention,I will proceed to describe it.

A represents of cast or malleable iron, with arvertieal slot extending downwardly from the top, and two lugs, ab, extending outwardly on opposite sides of said slot, in aline parallel with the landside of the plow.

A dat circular plate, center to allow the spindle 0,011 which the gearwheelcis secured and fitted to rev olvein the slot inthe standard,toturnfreelytherein,isattached on the top of'4 the standard to the lugs a b by screws passing through from the upper side; or the said plate may be attached in any other suitable manner. This circular plate forms the seat for another plate, D, of corresponding size and shape, which is castor otherwise affixed to the under side and back end of the beam E, Y and hasktwo hook-shaped lugs,

downwardly from its periphery d e, projecting and catching part of this ,speci-V over the bottom edge ot' the plate B, for the purpose of-preventing the beamy and standard from independent vertical movement.

The standard on the landside is cast with au oiset (shown in dotted linesin Figs. 1 and 2) extending from the bottom upward to receive a `wrought-iron, steel, or chilled-iron facing dush with the outer face oi'tbe standard toprevent the same from wearing away as rapidly as it would -it' it were simply cast-iron.

The shares F and F' and iixed sections of the mold-boards H H', which may be of the usual or of any other desired form, are attached respectively to iianges of tour cast on the inner side and opposite edges of the standard byscrews f.

I ,is the movable section or swinging section ofthe mold-board, of concave form, secured in the middle by straps gg', or in any other suitable manner, stepped midway between the lixed sections of the mold-board in the outer end of a bracket, h, projecting from the inner. side of the standard and attached thereto by one or more screws, fi. rEhe upper end of the spindle rests in a cavity in the bottom ot' has a pinion-wheel, c, keyed on it, which wheel, meshing Vinto the gear-wheel K, is operated thereby, and made to shift the movable section the standard,which I constructV B, having a hole in the Y of the mold-board accordingly as the beam is the implement to use as a right or plow.

The face of the movable section of mold-- board exactly corresponds with the fixed sec tions of either of the rixed mold-boards accordingly as the beam is turned for a right or left hand plow.

v The lower end of the oblique spindle J, on which the gear-wheel c is secured, is stepped into a cavity in,the standard at the bottom of the slot, and at its upper end is formed into a square shank, (shown in dotted lines,) which protrudes through the circular plate B,for1ning the axis on which the beam turns,into a socket in the plate D, whereby it receives motion from the movement of the beam, and imparts it through the pinion c and spindle J to the movable sections of mold-boards I.

left hand L is a pintle, fitted in a hole passing vertically through the plow-beam E, and attached at its upper end by a swivel-joint to the end of a lever, j, fulcrumedina standard, 7c, which may corresponding couv to an oblique spindle, J, which is the circular plate, and it i turned in one orthe other direction to adapt be cast bn the beam or secured thereto in any l only serves to give the movable section ofthe other suitable manner. The lower end of the pintle L, when the beam is in a line parallel with the landside ot' the plow, enters a hole of corresponding size in the plate B, and theretwo positions.

A spring, m, resting against the under side ofthe long end of the leverj, keeps the spindle pressed downward all the time, so that it is onlynecessary to turn the beam horizontally on its axis until it reaches its proper position to have the pintle adjust itself so as to lock the beam and standard together.

The handles M M of the plow are of the usual form, and are fastened. on the sides of the beam behind the circular plate D by one ormore screw-bolts.

In most reversible or right-and-left-hand plows of this class, the swinging section of mold-board being simply a wing hinged at its inner edge to the standard, it 1 s pressed 1nis necessarilysubjected 1' n passing through the soil, forming a broken and uneven surface of mold-board, which gathers stubble, weeds, and dirt, and soon vbecomes so choked I or clogged as to require cleaning, besides being very hard on the team. In myimproved construction of plow these objections are in a great measure overcome. The oblique spindle J not mold-board'a positive movement, but serves to brace it, making it stronger even than a solid and iXed mold-board in a common plow.

Instead of the rear upper ends of the fixed' m old-boards H H being separated and the bottom of the spindle J resting in a cavity in a bracket, h, projecting from the standard A, they may be cast together in one piece with a boss or lug in the inside of the junction ofthe two points, and the spindle be stepped in a cavity in tbe boss. This construction would make a stronger plow, but it would be more difficult to make and repair, and besides a little more expensive.

I am aware that plows have been made in v which a section of a mold-board, or two secno claim to such; but,

Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is

The combination of the movable or swinging section of mold-board I, spindle J, gearwheels K o, and pivoted beam E, with the fixed sections of mold-board H Hf, when arranged to operate in the manner and for the purpose set forth. f

j CHARLES F. BARAGER. Witnesses:

JAMEs N. GRIDLEY, OoTAvIUs KNIGHT.

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US6061911A (en) * 1998-11-25 2000-05-16 Genesis Equipment And Manufacturing Co. Heavy-duty demolition apparatus with blade stabilizing device
US6119970A (en) * 1998-11-25 2000-09-19 Genesis Equipment & Manufacturing, Inc. Heavy-duty demolition apparatus with replaceable crushing and shearing tip
EP2468406A1 (en) 1999-10-15 2012-06-27 John R. Ramun Multiple tool attachment system
US20110211903A1 (en) * 2000-10-13 2011-09-01 John R. Ramun Remotely actuated coupling for a modular system for connecting attachments to a construction machine
US20050091852A1 (en) * 2003-10-31 2005-05-05 Karl Johnson Metal demolition shears with indexable, integrated wear plate/piercing tip
US20080263870A2 (en) * 2003-10-31 2008-10-30 The Stanley Works Metal demolition shears with indexable, integrated wear plate/piercing tip
US20050198008A1 (en) * 2004-03-02 2005-09-08 Adler David W. Index exploitation for spatial data
US20070145171A1 (en) * 2005-12-23 2007-06-28 The Stanley Works Rebar cutting shears
US20090084005A1 (en) * 2006-01-13 2009-04-02 Ramun John R Modular System For Connecting Attachments To A Construction Machine
US20110150618A1 (en) * 2006-01-13 2011-06-23 Ramun John R Modular System For Connecting Attachments To A Construction Machine
WO2011041102A2 (en) 2009-09-30 2011-04-07 Ramun John R Multiple tool attachment system with universal body with grapple

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