Yes, I reversed the numbers to the Deere planter that I am used to, not the International that I am needing to learn. That planter depending on condition and if clutch lift could be worth a thousand dollars.
Re: IH planter ID in reply to Leroy, 01-11-2013 05:38:04
I would say this is more of a parts machine cause it's missing some pieces. I think it is a clutch lift. I was hoping to adapt one or two units to pull behind my cub, kind of like the 184/186 planter. If you need parts off this unit please let me know.
Re: IH planter ID in reply to Kirk-NJ, 01-11-2013 06:06:44
Would like to have all the parts you will not be using but how would we get them from NJ to western Ohio. I have a planter here not that needs the complete clutch assembly as it was stollen-parted off along with most of the marker parts, a complete ground wheel and hub. The press wheels are also gone but I can fit Deere that I have in there. Opened my email.
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