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Re: Need help with making coulters.

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Tony in Mass.

12-23-2012 07:30:42
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Oh that sounds like one heck of a project. There should be tons of coulters around, tons of people like me who get irritated with the things and take them off... some forever.
On fresh ground they will ride the surface and you will see why we don't use the things unless on soil that is grass free if not plowed within a year.
I would go to all the dealers, repair shops and other fergie owners- Ford guys too- and ask about any coulters they have hanging around. The job you are thinking about will cost more in torch gases than the things are worth new, so good hunting!

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Jason S.

12-23-2012 12:02:49
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 Re: Need help with making coulters. in reply to Tony in Mass., 12-23-2012 07:30:42  
I thought an old set would be easy to find myself but around here nobody has them. There is only one metal scrap yard around here that will even sell you anything but they don"t have any. All they rest of them will not sell you anything once it"s in their possession. I have no clue why. I tried to buy a nice dynabalance mower that got scrapped and they wouldn"t sell it to me.



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Tony in Mass.

12-23-2012 13:32:01
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 Re: Need help with making coulters. in reply to Jason S., 12-23-2012 12:02:49  
Gosh, where are you Jason? The free world was farmed by fergies! AS far as a dynabalance getting scraped.... mine is alive on a day to day basis... someone on here might have coulters for you, but shipping nowdays is nuts. We'll try to figure out an original set before you try to fabricate them.



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 Re: Need help with making coulters. in reply to Tony in Mass., 12-23-2012 13:32:01  
I'm in East TN, around here it's all Ford. There are a few of us Ferguson enthusiasts around here, but it's mainly Ford and John Deere here,especially plows. I try to snatch up what Ferguson pieces I can find. I work for Deere but I got in trouble for wearing a Massey cap in the plant...lol



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