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Larry B. 1486

10-20-2012 20:33:24

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Any of the Ford tractor people on here know anything about a FORD model 241 18ft manual fold disc? What years they came out? How many HP tractor will pull it? Also was told that BURCH made these disc for FORD. Anyone know about that? Thanks for any info anyone has.

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10-21-2012 18:00:51

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 Re: FORD Disc in reply to Larry B. 1486, 10-20-2012 20:33:24  
We have a 21' 241 Ford harrow that my father bought new in 1977.We almost always pulled it with the 9700(135hp) but have pulled it with an 8600 and 8000 both rated at about 105 hp.With good discs you better have duals and it is all either of the lower horse tractors want sometimes.I was always told it was built by White.You will be hard pressed to find a better harrow to use either for rough cutting or smoothing and parts such as bearings,discs,and axles are redily avalible.The only trouble we have ever had is with the tube that the cyl hooks to to raise it up.we have had it twist several times and finally redoing it and adding a second pipe inside the outer one to stiffen it up.This harrow is built a lot heavier than most of the harrows of the same year.

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10-21-2012 19:53:42

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 Re: FORD Disc in reply to haley, 10-21-2012 18:00:51  
Lots of part numbers have the SBP prefix... so whoever told you it was made by White was correct.

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10-21-2012 09:30:28

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 Re: FORD Disc in reply to Larry B. 1486, 10-20-2012 20:33:24  
Ford tillage tools with part numbers beginning with an SBP prefix were sourced from White. If these parts are NLA from New Holland (as many are) call an AGCO dealer and give them the number less the 'SBP' prefix. Their availability is far better.

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10-21-2012 10:45:23

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 Re: FORD Disc in reply to RickB, 10-21-2012 09:30:28  
That's good info to have. Thanks, Rick.

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10-21-2012 10:47:37

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 Re: FORD Disc in reply to Fordfarmer, 10-21-2012 10:45:23  
Just another parts man's trick. Beats heck out of saying "I can't get that anymore".

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10-21-2012 13:45:33

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 Re: FORD Disc in reply to RickB, 10-21-2012 10:47:37  
I looked up my 224 just for grins, since I know a lot of stuff for it is NLS from NH. Would you happen to know what a p/n prefix of PBF means?

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10-21-2012 16:51:20

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 Re: FORD Disc in reply to Fordfarmer, 10-21-2012 13:45:33  
Not certain, but I'd guess Pittsburgh. I'll ask the guy I work with; he's been doing parts a lot longer than I.

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Sean in PA

10-21-2012 05:51:00

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 Re: FORD Disc in reply to Larry B. 1486, 10-20-2012 20:33:24  
According to the New Holland parts site, the 241 was made from 1/76 to 10/86.

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10-21-2012 00:11:37

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 Re: FORD Disc in reply to Larry B. 1486, 10-20-2012 20:33:24  
White made some of Ford's disks, the 240 for sure, but I'm not sure about other models. The 241 shows up in my '82 Ford Tractor and Equipment sales literature, but I can't give you specific start/end dates. Looking up some parts for it on New Holland's web site might give you that date range.
The 241 looks to be a replacement for the 230 (which replaced the 224, which I have) as a heavy-duty, medium sized disk. The 241 was available in 10'4" to 21' sizes and ranged from 4461 to 5351 pounds.
H.P. required will depend partly on your soil, but I'd think 100-125 h.p. should handle it. I pull my 224 (15') with an 85 h.p. tractor, usually with duals, but it can pull it without them, too.

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