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Planter question for AC experts

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NY 986

09-08-2017 19:50:58




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A friend and I were trying to figure out when AC introduced its Air Champ planter and if that was AC's first air planter. Kind of guessing around 1970.




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DrAllis

09-19-2017 05:47:43




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 Re: Planter question for AC experts in reply to NY 986, 09-08-2017 19:50:58  
One-Seventy came out in July of 1967 and NO-Till planters were already out. The Air-Champ was an Air planter unit hung onto an existing No-Til frame, many years after 1967.



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ron miller

09-09-2017 18:07:56




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 Re: Planter question for AC experts in reply to NY 986, 09-08-2017 19:50:58  
I had a 333 no till planter had it set up for 15 in rows made mid 70's . Any won looking for parts i still have a parts for the air planters



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barney stephens

09-09-2017 15:20:39




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 Re: Planter question for AC experts in reply to NY 986, 09-08-2017 19:50:58  
another question for an allis chalmers spert.Will the planter plates from an allis ca planter cans fit any other allis chalmers planters preferable a two row allis planter.the plates in question are from front mounted planters on a ca



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DrAllis

09-09-2017 04:23:06




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 Re: Planter question for AC experts in reply to NY 986, 09-08-2017 19:50:58  
1970 is a no.........I'm remembering 1975 or 76.



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FastFarmall

09-18-2017 21:09:10




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 Re: Planter question for AC experts in reply to DrAllis, 09-09-2017 04:23:06  
well what year did the 170 tractor come out,our dealer put a new 170 on a no till planter for, for the first year,and then my brother bought that planters the next year.



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