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Re: Need help with making coulters.

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Tony in Mass.

12-24-2012 14:58:37

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Here ya go Jason. Santa don't even need to show up! You already have a 2 bottom disc plow? Like what Maxwell posted here? But it is for a Farmall or ? And if you have enough cutting and welding equipment and experience to try to make a cloulter bar, heck, used what you got to convert that disc plow to 3 point. Seems A's? super A's had the one prong quick hitch? If two prong, that would be an easy fab job. I would start eyeballin that thing, can you post pics on here? BTW, yeah plow and harrow in the fall, till in the spring sound good, some people think if you plow and leave it, the furrows trap more rain and snow all winter... but some people don't need or want that much wet in the spring.
Pick your poison!

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Jason S.

12-24-2012 17:08:27

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 Re: Need help with making coulters. in reply to Tony in Mass., 12-24-2012 14:58:37  
I don't think it would be an easy conversion. It is one of those plows that had a tail wheel that turned with the front wheels as you steered. It had that long rod that ran from the tail wheel to the front axle.

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