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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

Grain Drill help

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Charles Heisenberg

03-17-2014 12:27:36
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Please help identifying this grain drill. I am new at this and have racked my brains trying to identify the brand.

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This post was edited by Charles Heisenberg at 13:01:33 03/17/14.

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Tim(nj)

03-17-2014 17:31:01
184.6.208.158



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 Re: Grain Drill help in reply to Charles Heisenberg, 03-17-2014 12:27:36  
Cockshutt 110 drills had a drive like that.



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Charles Heisenberg

03-17-2014 18:06:54
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 Re: Grain Drill help in reply to Tim(nj), 03-17-2014 17:31:01  
Tim, you are correct. I just looked it up, I hope I can find parts. Thanks you so much, I don't know how you knew but you knew. Thanks again.



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Leroy

03-18-2014 05:32:58
69.88.207.185



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 Re: Grain Drill help in reply to Charles Heisenberg, 03-17-2014 18:06:54  
Looks like it is a Canadian Drill as Cockshutts were made in Canada. It would also have to be one of the latest models made. Try looking up the International Cockshutt Club. They might have a member that would know something about it. I could get the club address if wanted.



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Tim(nj)

03-17-2014 18:54:29
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 Re: Grain Drill help in reply to Charles Heisenberg, 03-17-2014 18:06:54  
Back in the 90s had an older neighbor who had one. Only one I've ever seen. Glad to help. Maybe the universal rubber tubes sold by Shoup will work on it.



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Charles Heisenberg

03-17-2014 19:12:07
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 Re: Grain Drill help in reply to Tim(nj), 03-17-2014 18:54:29  
Thank you so much.



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Longmeadow Farm

03-17-2014 17:29:31
67.252.60.236



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 Re: Grain Drill help in reply to Charles Heisenberg, 03-17-2014 12:27:36  
I'm not sure..I would have to see other angles..but it sure looks like my old IH Model 10 with out the grass seed box... The frames that hold/support the disk units look like a IH model 10..



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Charles Heisenberg

03-17-2014 17:45:28
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 Re: Grain Drill help in reply to Longmeadow Farm, 03-17-2014 17:29:31  
You are right it looks pretty close but it is not. The front drive is different. This has a seed box and fertilizer, both are the same size. The parts may fit though. Thanks



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Charles Heisenberg

03-17-2014 16:02:39
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 Re: Grain Drill help in reply to Charles Heisenberg, 03-17-2014 12:27:36  
[quote="Charles Heisenberg"](reply to post at 16:27:36 03/17/14) [/quote]

I picked it up in North Carolina, up by Raleigh. I found the same issue you found, no one has that front driveline. And I need some tubes and feeders. Thanks Leroy
This post was edited by Charles Heisenberg at 16:03:29 03/17/14.



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Leroy

03-17-2014 15:49:56
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 Re: Grain Drill help in reply to Charles Heisenberg, 03-17-2014 12:27:36  
Have never seen one with a drive shaft located like that so I do not think it is of a major brand, more like a reganial short line model. A location might help with that.



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will intexas

03-17-2014 14:11:47
184.79.253.175



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 Re: Grain Drill help in reply to Charles Heisenberg, 03-17-2014 12:27:36  
i am not shure but the first thing i would do is look all over the casting parts and see if you can find any letters of jd ih aneagle new ideal that is what i have found in the past



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Charles Heisenberg

03-17-2014 14:23:57
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 Re: Grain Drill help in reply to will intexas, 03-17-2014 14:11:47  
I did, all I found were part numbers that start with a V like V1325 and V1408. That is all I have found.



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