Here are two JD models. The first is a JBA but they don't have springs as you said yours did. The second is a later model KBA which does have the springs front and rear. May or may not be one of these but these are the only pics I have.
Re: drag type disk in reply to B-maniac, 11-04-2013 16:13:12
Thanks for the photos, now I know that I have an old JBA. Believe it or not, I like to use the front half, set almost straight ahead to cut grooves in the pastures in early spring before I broadcast grass and clover seed. I know that is not the proper usage ...but it works. I get very high germination rates....and it is easy to hook up and go.
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