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Pull behind chisel plow

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BobbyB

05-22-2011 14:13:23
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Here are 4 more pics of it on the ground in the operating position.

I have been searching for anything close and so far, no luck. Any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks

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BobbyB

05-24-2011 15:56:46
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 Re: Pull behind chisel plow in reply to GordoSD, 05-22-2011 14:13:23  
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Thank you Jim. This was the first time I tried to research anything like this and the jdparts.com is now book marked .

Looking thru that #128 parts catalog, I definitely have a 900 series chisel plow.
It wont change how it works or anything else I reckon, but at least now I know what I have.

Thanks all for you input



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Tx Jim

05-24-2011 03:02:13
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 Re: Pull behind chisel plow in reply to Tx Jim, 05-22-2011 14:13:23  
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I found a model 900 series chisel plow that resembles your plow in JDparts.com catalog # 128 and the clutch cover plate is part # P627AN. Parts catalog stated that P627AN was only used between 1944-1948.



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Bob UT

05-23-2011 17:44:19
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 Re: Pull behind chisel plow in reply to BobbyB, 05-22-2011 14:13:23  
I have something similar it is a Ferguson L-Ko-B-20 Tool Bar, but a 3pt setup. The spring shanks certainly look the same.
You can see it here



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BobbyB

05-23-2011 17:33:07
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 Re: Pull behind chisel plow in reply to BobbyB, 05-22-2011 14:13:23  
I found some numbers cast into the lift drum and that is P627. Identical either side.
So far those are the only markings I have found.



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RevJJ

05-23-2011 13:59:21
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 Re: Pull behind chisel plow in reply to BobbyB, 05-22-2011 14:13:23  
Looks like a very early United Farm Tools unit. They also built a wheel lift tandam disc with these same type mechanical lifts...my second guess would be AC.



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t4mike

05-23-2011 13:58:40
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 Re: Pull behind chisel plow in reply to BobbyB, 05-22-2011 14:13:23  
thats a tractor drawn field cultivator, not a chisel plow.



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BobbyB

05-23-2011 14:47:58
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 Re: Pull behind chisel plow in reply to t4mike, 05-23-2011 13:58:40  

t4mike said: (quoted from post at 13:58:40 05/23/11) thats a tractor drawn field cultivator, not a chisel plow.


That is what I posted in my original thread, but since I was corrected, I went with what was popular.

I know it is set up for a tractor. I would imagine a horse drawn unit would be a little more user friendly in control location as well.

Other than the releases on the depth control handles, this is in working condition. The trips work easy and smooth. New sweeps and it is field ready.

And I plan to use it, but I also hope to figure out what make it is, just for my personal curiosity.
Thanks for the input so far.
This post was edited by BobbyB at 14:52:18 05/23/11 3 times.

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paul

05-23-2011 08:59:13
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 Re: Pull behind chisel plow in reply to BobbyB, 05-22-2011 14:13:23  
The wheel lift mechanism should have some casting numbers on it, and should be the clue to identify the make of the machine.

As well as the hitch design.

And the handle configuration.

Once a company formed some handles, or hitch pieces, they kept using them from ome implement to the next.

--->Paul



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Tx Jim

05-23-2011 06:21:49
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 Re: Pull behind chisel plow in reply to Tim(nj), 05-22-2011 14:13:23  
Bobby

The clevis and bracket that clevis attaches to resembles the same setup as on a JD Van Brunt grain drill. I think it is not horse drawn as it has no horse tongue/hitch but a tractor type hitch.

Can you post some casting #s?



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Bret4207

05-23-2011 05:27:53
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 Re: Pull behind chisel plow in reply to BobbyB, 05-22-2011 14:13:23  
That's not set up for horses, that's set up for a tractor. No clue as to make. Looking back through the old Farm Quarterly, Country Gentlemen, etc you'll see dozens of different makes in the 30's-60's on short line equipment like this. Were it me I'd be happy I had it, fix it up and use it.



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thebigyellowtruck

05-22-2011 18:30:13
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 Re: Pull behind chisel plow in reply to BobbyB, 05-22-2011 14:13:23  
its an old horse drawn chisel plow. i use one similar to that behind my Allis WD. At one time it was pulled behind a team of Clydesdales.



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BobbyB

05-22-2011 18:50:43
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 Re: Pull behind chisel plow in reply to thebigyellowtruck, 05-22-2011 18:30:13  
I would like to know if some one can turn me on to what make it is.
But I also doubt it is a horse drawn model.



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