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Re: identify IH Cotton Planter 2 Point 2 Row

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08-11-2013 18:57:01

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This is NOT 2 independent planter units on a tool bar. It is 2 planter hoppers driven by the press wheel, through an exposed transmission.

Both the left and right planter units can be adjusted for row width through a series of holes in the mounting bars.

My guess is you adjust the depth of planting by the turn-wheel seen from the rear, that threads into 520469R1, the female part of this assembly.

There are 2 plates in the planters now, don't know the part number on them. I also have (3) plates 62717R3 that look like the same plate design (I don't know what seeds they are designed for), These plates are very flat.

I also have these planter plates, but I don't know if they fit this planter :
(3) CPB Peanuts In Hull
(1) R7036 Spanish Shelled Peanuts
(1) CPC5133 Small Corn
(1) CPC5044 Small Corn
These plates are very cupped, maybe 1 1/2 inch ?

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uncle henry

08-11-2013 19:20:47

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 Re: identify IH Cotton Planter 2 Point 2 Row in reply to couv, 08-11-2013 18:57:01  
i don"t know what model planter but the seed plates that are cup shaped will not work in that planter if you don"t have a planter they will fit i could use them

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Rex Simpkins

08-12-2013 03:39:47

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 Re: identify IH Cotton Planter 2 Point 2 Row in reply to uncle henry, 08-11-2013 19:20:47  
Is that tractor a 140 and did it come with that factory two point hitch set up. I was thinking the two point was only used on high crop models., and very very few of those

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Rex Simpkins

08-12-2013 04:16:35

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 Re: identify IH Cotton Planter 2 Point 2 Row in reply to Rex Simpkins, 08-12-2013 03:39:47  
I am working on this, in C.H. Wendel's book 150 years of IH on page 360 he shows what I believe is this planter being pulled by a 240 Utility. Its stumping me I look in the PL-5 book--It's newer than a 251 and older than a 284 but I can not find anything in between the two. But I think it is the one in C.H.Wendel's book. So it looks like a advertisement for the new 240 Utility so it should be 1958-1962 or so????

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Rex Simpkins

08-12-2013 04:35:13

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 Re: identify IH Cotton Planter 2 Point 2 Row in reply to Rex Simpkins, 08-12-2013 04:16:35  
The shaft and gear numbers are not in my PLA-5A book, on one number it looks like you have one digit too many. The hopper numbers are common to many other planters so nothing there. How about the number on the yoke, spildle and handwheel adjustment that looks like something similar to the 251 but its in a different location and only one where the 251 has two. Can you get me those numbers????

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