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Re: 1940 IH Field cultivator trip lift

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06-06-2014 08:23:11

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Never fails to amaze me that someone would go to all the work to repair,cleanup,paint an older piece of equipment/tractor and refuse to useit for fear of scratching/'damageing' it. Is'nt that the point? to repair,cleanup, paint it to use it,ENJOY it??

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michael soldan

06-08-2014 08:26:13

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 Re: 1940 IH Field cultivator trip lift in reply to DeltaRed, 06-06-2014 08:23:11  
I restored the cultivator and a three point plow for the International Plowing Match. I showed them at the Huron county Plowman's Association and at the Ilderton Tri Counties Heritage show. I don't need to scuff it up,I have three Konskilde cultivators. This second IH cultivator is a bonus,something I spent about an Hour with after it sat for the last thirty years. It works,lift needs a peek at. I like to retore things,but in reality how practical is a 74 year old 8'cultivator in this day and age???

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06-08-2014 10:24:55

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 Re: 1940 IH Field cultivator trip lift in reply to michael soldan, 06-08-2014 08:26:13  
Depends on how big a garden ya got.

I am using 1950's equipment to work and plant about 4 acres of food plots for the birds and deer, then I work up a big garden.


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06-06-2014 11:41:49

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 Re: 1940 IH Field cultivator trip lift in reply to DeltaRed, 06-06-2014 08:23:11  
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Nothing wrong with "One for show and one for go!" if you have them. There are actually some of the younger generation who like seeing what the "older generation" used and it's nice to see what a "new" one looked like.

However, since you have two, it should be easy to compare parts and see what's wrong with the "go" cultivator.

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06-06-2014 08:35:15

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 Re: 1940 IH Field cultivator trip lift in reply to DeltaRed, 06-06-2014 08:23:11  
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That is a good point, I do not run a museum either and I have a lot worn off paint on my stuff too.

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