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Re: ? ON HORSE DRAWN CORN PLANTER

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Kirk-NJ

01-09-2013 14:48:28
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If your planter looks like mine the part #'s you gave 3003A inner cut-off pawl Might help to know what the part is to locate it.
And 3004A outer cut-off pawl and that was for the 102/104/106 McCormick planter.

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Leroy

01-09-2013 16:23:40
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 Re: ? ON HORSE DRAWN CORN PLANTER in reply to Kirk-NJ, 01-09-2013 14:48:28  
What is the difference in the 102/104/106 planter? Trying to figure a way to identify them.



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Kirk-NJ

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 Re: ? ON HORSE DRAWN CORN PLANTER in reply to Leroy, 01-09-2013 16:23:40  
No expert on these planters just learning myself but the parts book shows that the 102 and 106 were 30-inch wheel planters. the 104 was a 36-inch wheel planter.
The 102 and 104 Had the check rower. Also some of the furrowing attachent were avilable for some but not listed for others. Like the single disk opener was available for the 102 & 106 but not the 104. Same with the double disk opener but then they had a double disk opener that attached to the sword that was available for all three units.
As I stated I'm still learning so I don't know if this was any help or I just confused the question even more.

Kirk

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Leroy

01-10-2013 03:58:40
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 Re: ? ON HORSE DRAWN CORN PLANTER in reply to Kirk-NJ, 01-10-2013 01:16:38  
Kirk, you should have mail



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S2710

01-09-2013 14:58:47
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 Re: ? ON HORSE DRAWN CORN PLANTER in reply to Kirk-NJ, 01-09-2013 14:48:28  
Yes that is what my planter looks like, only yours is a lot nicer looking. So thank you very much for the info. I hope to get it up and going so I can get some sweet corn planted in the spring.

Bob



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