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Re: Brinly planter

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02-19-2013 05:21:57

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The only Brinly plates I have found are on Ebay for $149. Is that the normal priece for them?

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02-19-2013 06:24:55

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 Re: Brinly planter in reply to 66jd1020, 02-19-2013 05:21:57  
That is high priced for EBAY! Search cole planter plates, the ones you want will have a 3" center hole, (3-3/8 at the drive tangs) and a part number of OR XXX. XXX is the part number, # of seed per wheel, OR means right hand drive. They made a version of this planter, for small farmall tractors, that was a twin row, that used left and right hand drives. Google Covington, in Georgia, they bought out cole-powell. There are cole plates on EBAY for $25 or thereabouts.

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02-19-2013 06:14:06

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 Re: Brinly planter in reply to 66jd1020, 02-19-2013 05:21:57  
Thats very very high in my opinion.The plates that are most popular like something to plant sweet corn can get a pretty high price.I've bought a bunch for far less than the $149 for sure
but there are alot of planters without plates or with only one plate around these days.

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02-19-2013 08:26:18

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 Re: Brinly planter in reply to Traditional Farmer, 02-19-2013 06:14:06  
That is my situation-only one. THANKS

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