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Tony in Mass.

12-23-2012 18:34:32
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I wouldn't pay attention to brand names, if you are surrounded by Ford people just get ahold of a couple- or even one Ford/Dearborn coulter and see what it looks like on yours. I bet they all came from the same cookie cutter.




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Jason S.

12-24-2012 06:51:49
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 Re: Need help with making coulters. in reply to Tony in Mass., 12-23-2012 18:34:32  
They probably are interchangeable between the early Dearborns and the Fergusons. I looked at 4 Dearborns here and all were missing the coulters and of course nobody still had them. There must have been a virus outbreak here where everybody removed their coulters and tossed them. The coulters for a Deere I don"t think will work. The ones I did find for a Deere had a straight rod to hold the coulters.

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Tony in Mass.

12-24-2012 09:51:20
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 Re: Need help with making coulters. in reply to Jason S., 12-24-2012 06:51:49  
Hummmmm.... since everyone around, no mater what the brand.... has long since lost patience and thrown these things in an iron pile... it should tell you something???? Eastern Tennessee??... I got a cousin near you. She has a large collection of large rocks... weren't her idea! Coulters and big stones don't mix. Better to let the share or shin deal with it, hard surfacing welding rods build them back up easy. That's why I hate to see you use $100 worth of oxygen and acetelene to make something someday you will throw in an iron pile! One or two will show up sooner or later. Are you on good terms with Santa Claus??? Ya never know....

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Jason S.

12-24-2012 11:27:53
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 Re: Need help with making coulters. in reply to Tony in Mass., 12-24-2012 09:51:20  
That's true...the Dearborn plow we had growing up didn't have the coulters either. It does plow fine without them but I was wanting to restore the plow also. Although instead of Massey red it may get a coat of ferguson gray. I have a 2 bottom disk plow for a farmall super A that was given to me by the same guy that I got the Massey plow from but I don't have the mounting brackets for it to hook it to my super A. He has since passed and I can't find those brackets anywhere. They say that is the type of plow to use in rocky soil. Actually my favorite plow is a ford 9 shank field cultivator. Same thing as the ferguson tiller. I actually have the frame from a ferguson tiller but no shanks or springs on it. I think I may transfer the shanks from the ford to the ferguson just so I can have a working ferguson tiller.

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maxwell99

12-24-2012 12:31:49
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 Re: Need help with making coulters. in reply to Jason S., 12-24-2012 11:27:53  

Jason,
i have a tool much like the old ferguson tiller and it works great.
it is an old AC snap couple field cultivator with a 3 pt hitch welded onto it, works great for my little TO-35



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Tony in Mass.

12-24-2012 14:45:06
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 Re: Need help with making coulters. in reply to maxwell99, 12-24-2012 12:31:49  
That's funny! A year ago I was selling my Allis CA. A guy came over, looked at the tractor asked if the toolbar- just like yours- came with it, I said yes, but only if you are going to use it, otherwise I will weld up a 3 point and keep it for the fergies... he said, don't bother, here's your money, without that toolbar, I wouldn't want the tractor. I 'think' I have a Dearborn version, but a hollow tube, not solid square stock like AC's. They are handy and impressive aren't they? But I still like ferguson better of course ;)

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Jason S.

12-24-2012 14:13:10
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 Re: Need help with making coulters. in reply to maxwell99, 12-24-2012 12:31:49  
It may not be the correct way to do it but I usually plow with the moldboard plow and then disc it down just a little bit. Then in the spring I use the tiller and work it up again and then plant. Is that ok?



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