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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

Cyclone Seeder

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Tim in Western PA

08-29-2005 10:08:35
209.187.128.8



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Any body have the seeding rates for an old cyclone seeder? It"s the galvanized style that bolts to the drawbar and is driven off the PTO by a flexible shaft.
I want to but alfalfa and timothy on.


thanks
Tim




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Tim in Western PA

08-30-2005 06:55:02
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 Re: Cyclone Seeder in reply to Tim in Western PA, 08-29-2005 10:08:35  
StuBC,

I"d really appreaciate the photo of your chart.

Thanks for the help.

Tim



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Tim in Western PA

08-30-2005 06:53:25
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 Re: Cyclone Seeder in reply to Tim in Western PA, 08-29-2005 10:08:35  
StuBC,

I"d really appreaciate the photo of your chart.

Thanks for the help.

Tim



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Nosey

08-30-2005 19:38:20
4.224.132.214



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 Re: Cyclone Seeder in reply to Tim in Western PA, 08-30-2005 06:53:25  
Why not try the factory? Ph:(260) 774-3311



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StuBC

08-29-2005 20:36:33
209.53.222.116



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 Re: Cyclone Seeder in reply to Tim in Western PA, 08-29-2005 10:08:35  
I have the info on mine, its the galvanized style as you mentioned but mine has been welded up toa 3ph sometime, email me direct and I can send a high quality photo of the entire sticker so you can laminate it.

Stu



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paul

08-29-2005 20:03:21
66.60.197.66



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 Re: Cyclone Seeder in reply to Tim in Western PA, 08-29-2005 10:08:35  
I got a generic pto (reg shaft) one at auction without a manual. Mine is part for part like one of these Worksaver models.

I see they have a different model with a flex shaft drive of some sort - like yours?

Anyhow, I found a manual on their site for mine. They offer a parts list & on-line manual. No idea if it is the same, but page 9 of the manual has a seed rate chart - might help?

http://www.worksaver.com/product/ss-pto.html

--->Paul

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Sid

08-29-2005 16:47:17
12.156.150.174



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 Re: Cyclone Seeder in reply to Tim in Western PA, 08-29-2005 10:08:35  
I don't have a chart for mine either. What I do is determine how many seeds I want per square foot. Then open the setting up untill the seed will just go through. Then take a pass at the speed I will be driving and get of and mark off a 1 foot by 1 foot square and count the seeds. Note to Pappy in Mo I have seen them for sale in Nixa Hardware and Seed. Don't know how far you are from their.



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Pappy in Mo

08-29-2005 10:20:37
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 Re: Cyclone Seeder in reply to Tim in Western PA, 08-29-2005 10:08:35  
anybody know where I can get a replacement flexible shaft for on of these spreaders? I am sorry I do not have any chart information.



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Sid

08-29-2005 16:49:29
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 Re: Cyclone Seeder in reply to Pappy in Mo, 08-29-2005 10:20:37  
I don't know how well it weould work but I have seen a couple that looked like they were made from a piece of radiator hose.



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Lou

08-30-2005 09:00:21
216.153.138.108



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 Re: Cyclone Seeder in reply to Sid , 08-29-2005 16:49:29  
You gentlemen dont mention if your happy with the results using these spreaders? Im considering one scinse I cant find a grain drill. thanks Lou



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Sid

08-30-2005 20:43:54
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 Re: Cyclone Seeder in reply to Lou, 08-30-2005 09:00:21  
I have only used mine for clovers. Yes I am happy with it.



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