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Re: and today's Ferguson junkyard find is.....

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Jason S.

10-17-2013 17:42:31

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That is one Tony.I wonder how many different model numbers that plow has had threw the years. I have an advertisement on film from when that plow first came out and it was called the #38 tiller. Ferguson called it the 9-BO-20 and then you have yours from the Massey Harris Ferguson days and it's an ABO22.

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Tony in Mass.

10-18-2013 14:29:06

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 Re: and today's Ferguson junkyard find is..... in reply to Jason S., 10-17-2013 17:42:31  
Hold the phone Jason! A slight mixup. Well, maybe my mamma dropped me on my head? Maybe I take too many digital pics? and don't label them? This tag is on the disc harrows, no tag on the 9 shank, the other cultivator has a Dearborn tag, 13-3? but the shanks have NKO cast into them-a fergie code? the weeder is not easy to read- MKO-21? Which would be a reasonable code for the cultivator?? Sorry. Good thing no one is setting in stone my historical implement findings..

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Jason S.

10-18-2013 17:12:08

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 Re: and today's Ferguson junkyard find is..... in reply to Tony in Mass., 10-18-2013 14:29:06  
Well Tony, the NKO and 13-1,13-3 were all rigid shank cultivators. The 13-1 was known as the past model so it is possible that the same supplier supplied the tines for both plows.

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