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John Deere One-way drill (pic)

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David from Kansas

01-04-2014 20:19:05
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Have never seen one of these but have heard about them. This one is located in southwest Kansas where they may have been more common.




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GaryInKs

01-05-2014 14:17:21
66.232.203.184



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 Re: John Deere One-way drill (pic) in reply to David from Kansas, 01-04-2014 20:19:05  
This type outfit was popular in Canada, I have only seen 2 in NW KS, I would think that it would still be usable for dryland farming.



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Paul

01-05-2014 08:56:11
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 Re: John Deere One-way drill (pic) in reply to David from Kansas, 01-04-2014 20:19:05  
I assume that is just transport position to make them fit on the road, and they pivot out to a normal drill somehow for planting?

Paul



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Case Nutty 1660

01-05-2014 09:58:51
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 Re: John Deere One-way drill (pic) in reply to Paul, 01-05-2014 08:56:11  

they do run narrower for trans port but they do not run full width when in work mode, they run at a angle like a offset disc gang runs like in the pic above



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JMS/.MN

01-05-2014 09:47:38
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 Re: John Deere One-way drill (pic) in reply to Paul, 01-05-2014 08:56:11  
Nope- they run at an angle to till and seed at the same time.



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Paul

01-05-2014 12:07:04
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 Re: John Deere One-way drill (pic) in reply to JMS/.MN, 01-05-2014 09:47:38  
Thanks guys.

Too far away from the wheat areas here to ever see anything like that.

Paul



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Case Nutty 1660

01-05-2014 08:28:46
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 Re: John Deere One-way drill (pic) in reply to David from Kansas, 01-04-2014 20:19:05  

Case made them as well this is mine, I got it out of Canada they sold very well in certain areas there this one is late sixtys build, they were made from the 40's -1970 or so by Case

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jdv

01-04-2014 20:27:22
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 Re: John Deere One-way drill (pic) in reply to David from Kansas, 01-04-2014 20:19:05  
I've always wanted one of those, where in Kansas is it located? As a kid I cut my teeth pulling a oneway, we ran the grain drill at the same time right behind it. It sure would save some time that away.



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Tx Jim

01-05-2014 03:42:44
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 Re: John Deere One-way drill (pic) in reply to jdv, 01-04-2014 20:27:22  
The model of plow was 1400(8" disk spacing) or 2400(10" disk spacing) but so far I haven't located the seeding attachment




This post was edited by Tx Jim at 03:45:25 01/05/14 2 times.



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long green line man

01-05-2014 07:36:21
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 Re: John Deere One-way drill (pic) in reply to Tx Jim, 01-05-2014 03:42:44  
I'm not sure, but I don't think a seeding att. was made for 1400 or 2400 disk tiller; Thinking pic is a 1900 seeding tiller ; PC-1466 .. It would be newer, made into early "70's...



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Tx Jim

01-05-2014 08:10:56
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 Re: John Deere One-way drill (pic) in reply to long green line man, 01-05-2014 07:36:21  
You're probably correct. Thanks for correcting my mistake.



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