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Re: Fred Cain 9Shank Cultvator

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Just had a look at that Cultivator, looks a good tool, should work well behind your Tractor John(UK)

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10-19-2013 17:26:53

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 Re: Fred Cain 9Shank Cultvator in reply to John(UK), 10-19-2013 06:07:40  
I ended up getting a Ferguson bo-20 from Michigan.

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10-20-2013 06:04:54

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 Re: Fred Cain 9Shank Cultvator in reply to volksman79, 10-19-2013 17:26:53  
Well at least you know that one will work for you.
If you are trying to cultivate deep and you find that the cultivator is pulling in the ground and then lifting out all down the Field, you should tighten the Draft Spring adjustment, 1/2 a turn at a time until it improves and runs at a constant depth. The correct setting is you should be able to just turn the spring between you finger and thumb with the Cultivator in the raised position, make sure it is set to that first and then tighten it gradually BUT no more than 1-1/2 turns. When you have finished with the Cultivator, return the setting to finger and Thumb clearance again or you will find that the hydraulics won't be sensitive enough on Draft Control. Should the implement creep down quickly, when the engine is stopped, then there is a pressure leak and that needs repairing or you will find that you will not be able to get a constant depth, no matter what you do.If you find that the Adjuster for the Draft Spring is frozen, then you must not attempt to force it or you will twist the linkage inside. Use some heat on the adjuster Nut until it is free. If you need more info, email me.. John(UK)

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10-19-2013 17:26:08

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 Re: Fred Cain 9Shank Cultvator in reply to John(UK), 10-19-2013 06:07:40  
I should have it nest weekend. If I get all of the other parts I will give it a run and see what it can do.

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