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Re: ID old JD drill

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Tx Jim

07-08-2013 09:07:09

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Rubber tired or steel wheeled? Galvanized grain box narrows it down some . A photo is worth a 1000 words.Are the openers in a straight line or zig-zag? This spring is for the very popular model Spring is still available from JD B S124M Spring ADD 31.73 USD. I have some used ones I'd sell for $10 each plus postage.

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07-09-2013 06:10:02

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 Re: ID old JD drill in reply to Tx Jim, 07-08-2013 09:07:09  
If you mean the coulters (I call them) they're in a straight line. Tires are rubber. I think you guys nailed it as a B. Thanks and thanks for the parts list and numbers.

On buying used springs, that's ok but I would like to see them first. Or you could just tell me if they are in new condition other than rusting up; no pieced together ones. Most of the ones on the drill are pieced together pieces of previously broken springs. My springs are right at 10" long and at or just over 1" in dia.

The bottom of the spring rests in a clip that slides in a notch in the rod as opposed to having a hole in the rod and sticking a nail in it. The rod has 3 grooves for adjustment.....not that it matters to you but may help to ID what I am talking about. In looking at the parts list I can't make out the detail all that much as it seems both types of rods are shown (with a hole and with a notch). I could use 4 of the clips.

I removed 3 sections so that it would only plant 6' so that my 6' roller/packer would fit behind it. Of the 11 slots in use, 2 springs are in orig condition + rust. So I will need 9.

I can send you a check and after it clears you can ship the parts. I'm in no hurry as I won't use it till next season. Let me know.


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