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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

ford corn planter seed plates

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McCullough

01-03-2007 17:33:37
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Do you guys know if Ford 309 and John Deere corn planter seed plates will interchange? I have a Ford 309 planter hard to find right size plates for sweet corn a lot of differant sized seed. I plant 3-4 differant varieties. When I do find Ford plates they are big $$$. Thanks for help.

Al McCullough




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Brendon

01-05-2007 03:35:28
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 Re: ford corn planter seed plates in reply to McCullough, 01-03-2007 17:33:37  
The Lincoln Ag Products website states that the Deere plates will fit a Ford 352 planter but nothing is mentioned about the 309. I'm not educated on the Ford planters so I don't know what the differences are between the 352 and 309.



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hhf

01-05-2007 02:38:32
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 Re: ford corn planter seed plates in reply to McCullough, 01-03-2007 17:33:37  
Al, I used to have a 309 planter that I used to plant sweet corn. I still have seed plates hanging in the shed for it. If your interested, tomorrow I will check them out and see what sizes I have.... I beleive I have everything from small to large round. Email me, Tom



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Steve in Colo

01-04-2007 18:01:45
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 Re: ford corn planter seed plates in reply to McCullough, 01-03-2007 17:33:37  
There are some ford plates on ebay, go to farm equipment,planters. I belive they were sweet corn plates.



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Easy1

01-04-2007 08:38:30
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 Re: ford corn planter seed plates in reply to McCullough, 01-03-2007 17:33:37  
I used to have a Ford 309 planter. The plates were very expensive. I tried Lincoln ag products, but nobody there would tell me if the plates would fit the 309. I sold the planter and got a John Deere.



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LA in Wi.

01-04-2007 08:00:14
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 Re: ford corn planter seed plates in reply to McCullough, 01-03-2007 17:33:37  
Al,

Go to your "Search" thingy, then type "Lincoln Ag Products". That website gives you the info you are looking for. It lists plates for nearly every plate planter made.

LA in Wi



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Leroy

01-04-2007 05:48:47
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 Re: ford corn planter seed plates in reply to McCullough, 01-03-2007 17:33:37  
The Lincoln plastic plate size chart does not list them for ford but I think that they list with an adapter for plates in oliver of some models, Oliver may have made the ford planter. I know they with adapter fit AC so the only thing I would say is get in touch with maker of the plates and see what they say. If the diameter is the same (I think doughtful) then you could make a drive adapter. I could measure the deere diameter but do not know the diameter of the ford plates.

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