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Re: Grain Drill help

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03-17-2014 17:31:01

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Cockshutt 110 drills had a drive like that.

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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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03-18-2014 05:32:58

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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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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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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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