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kerfil

11-10-2017 07:57:42




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Can anybody identify this disk? What make and model? Your help appreciated!




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carvel minne farmer

11-11-2017 07:59:39




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to kerfil, 11-10-2017 07:57:42  
kerfil I use a product called fluid film for spraying old nuts and bolts, it sure seems to penetrate and creep into the threads better than anything I used before. also use it to spray down chains, notters and bale chamber on my baler, spray down sickle bars and sections on the mower in the fall to keep the rust from starting, it's the best rust buster I've seen and will keep your coated for winter storage. john

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kerfil

11-11-2017 08:12:49




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to carvel minne farmer, 11-11-2017 07:59:39  
Just ordered a can. Gonna give it a try. Thanks again!



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Texasmark1

11-14-2017 05:07:51




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to kerfil, 11-11-2017 08:12:49  
In industry we used Kroil brand comes in a half pint can or aerosol. www lists the company. Pricy but works.



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kerfil

11-14-2017 15:18:33




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to Texasmark1, 11-14-2017 05:07:51  
Thank you for the info!



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kerfil

11-11-2017 08:04:32




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to carvel minne farmer, 11-11-2017 07:59:39  
Fluid Film. That's something I'm not familiar with. I will for sure look into it. I know I will need the best penetrating oil I can get. Thank you!



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Tx Jim

11-11-2017 05:40:42




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to kerfil, 11-10-2017 07:57:42  
Sounds as if you're technique for disk shaft disassembly is correct. Don't forget to apply generous amount of your favorite penetrating oil.



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kerfil

11-11-2017 06:16:16




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to Tx Jim, 11-11-2017 05:40:42  
Thanks! I'll be sure to spray lot's of "Breakaway" on the project. Thanks for the input! At least I know I'm headed in the right direction. Thanks again!



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kerfil

11-11-2017 05:30:46




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to kerfil, 11-10-2017 07:57:42  
Do any of you guys have any advice in replacing the disks? The 2 back gangs I think I'll replace as a winter project. Getting the nuts off of the shafts looks like it might be a job. Should I use pipe wrench's with some heat and lots of muscle? Any tips would be appreciated! Thanks



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Texasmark1

11-15-2017 04:00:54




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to kerfil, 11-11-2017 05:30:46  
I buy my discs from ASC. Shipping is pricy but cost of the discs offsets that very well. I have used India and Brazilian, thick and thin, and find no difference in the performance as a function of supplier; obviously the thin blades cut better but for you rock folks the thicker would be necessary.



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kerfil

11-15-2017 15:37:52




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to Texasmark1, 11-15-2017 04:00:54  
Thank you! I was looking at that website for replacement disk's.



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SVcummins

11-14-2017 10:22:25




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to kerfil, 11-11-2017 05:30:46  
Good ol heat on that nut and some penetrating oil and she’ll come apart



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kerfil

11-14-2017 15:20:39




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to SVcummins, 11-14-2017 10:22:25  
We are gonna give it a good try when we get to it! Thanks



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Tx Jim

11-11-2017 03:19:28




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to kerfil, 11-10-2017 07:57:42  
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Are you sure it's a 10' as it appears larger than 10' to me. How many disks per axle does it have? AW parts catalog shows no 10' size offered. 9' had 7 disk per shaft & 11' had 8.



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kerfil

11-11-2017 05:24:00




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to Tx Jim, 11-11-2017 03:19:28  
Thanks Tx Jim! You are correct. This AW is 11' wide. I took a quick measurement when I looked at it on the front gangs disk to disk and it was wider than 10'. It does have 8 disks per gang. Thanks for the info!



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WayneLee

11-10-2017 17:10:08




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to kerfil, 11-10-2017 07:57:42  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeYup it will pull it. Way back when i pulled a 15' with a 560.



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kerfil

11-10-2017 16:32:29




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to kerfil, 11-10-2017 07:57:42  
Do you guys think a JD 2840 will handle this disk? It's a 10 footer.



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Tx Jim

11-10-2017 11:01:03




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to kerfil, 11-10-2017 07:57:42  
JD model AW



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RickB

11-10-2017 16:37:45




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to Tx Jim, 11-10-2017 11:01:03  
Agreed.



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donjr

11-10-2017 11:11:34




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to Tx Jim, 11-10-2017 11:01:03  
...and about a twelve footer......



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kerfil

11-10-2017 11:11:08




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to Tx Jim, 11-10-2017 11:01:03  
Thanks!



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Leroy

11-10-2017 16:20:05




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to kerfil, 11-10-2017 11:11:08  
Popular model in the 60's but did not like them because you cannot adjust angle of gangs, had to have cutting at full cut all the time even if you did not want the angle for finnish work and felt that because of that they would be pulling harder than one you could adjust gang angle on like our McCormic No. 37



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R Aiken

11-10-2017 08:53:20




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to kerfil, 11-10-2017 07:57:42  
It is a John Deere. I cant think of the number but I have one like it, for sale or parts.



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kerfil

11-10-2017 09:30:43




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to R Aiken, 11-10-2017 08:53:20  
I kind of thought it was a John Deere or a Oliver. I picked this up for doing some CREP maintenance. Might be looking for a couple scrapers for the rear gangs. Thanks



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R Aiken

11-11-2017 07:08:17




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 Re: old disk identification in reply to kerfil, 11-10-2017 09:30:43  
Send me an email as to what you need, and I will let you know what I have.



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