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#200 2 Row Cultivator

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AlbertoV05

02-22-2003 18:57:37
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Anyone have any ideas where I can find a front-mount Deere #200 2 Row Cultivator somewhere in the midwest (Iowa would be ideal)? Looking for one that is set up to run off the rockshaft.
Thanks in advance!

Al in Iowa




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DLowrey

02-24-2003 11:10:19
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 Re: #200 2 Row Cultivator in reply to AlbertoV05, 02-22-2003 18:57:37  
Al I went to my dads and looked at what he had and he has a cultivator marked what i thought was ARG200,but may have been ABG200,it has the straight side frames and the one my boys have is not straight on the lower edge of side frame. I thought the one my boys have came off of a 60.Still trying to get pictures of every thing incase we can help you out. David



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AlbertoV05

02-24-2003 12:11:05
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 Re: Re: #200 2 Row Cultivator in reply to DLowrey, 02-24-2003 11:10:19  
Thanks, DLowrey!
I ordered both Operators and Parts Manuals for the #200 today, so when they get here I can get back to you with some exact part numbers I'm looking for so that we can be certain that what you have will bolt up to my 60.
I really appreciate all myour help!

Al in Iowa



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Leroy

02-23-2003 06:39:37
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 Re: #200 2 Row Cultivator in reply to AlbertoV05, 02-22-2003 18:57:37  
Any of them needs the quick tatch frame for that specific tractor, all tractor frames are different size, early styled to late styled B are same width but different in length, A is wider than a B, for hand lift the lift levers where all one assembly, for power lift you had the 2 lift arms that bolted to the rockshaft and individual depth control levers, lift pipes the same, you don't even have to use the depth control levers

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Dlowrey

02-22-2003 20:16:11
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 Re: #200 2 Row Cultivator in reply to AlbertoV05, 02-22-2003 18:57:37  
Al Iam not sure what a #200 looks like, but my boys have four two row cultivators that probably came off a B.They also one two row quik-tatch cultivator and a six row that has the outside two rows missing,it came off a 3010 or 3020.We are located in north central MO.The boys would be glad to help if they can.David



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AlbertoV05

02-23-2003 06:38:35
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 Re: Re: #200 2 Row Cultivator in reply to Dlowrey, 02-22-2003 20:16:11  
Dlowrey,
It sounds like the "Quick-Tatch" two-row unit you have is what I'm looking for. I'm assuming that it has both the front and rear units?
Do you know if this unit has the mounting clamps to mount to a rockshaft or is it equipped with the manual levers to raise and lower the front and rear units?
Do you have access to a digital camera so that you might be able to e-mail me some pics of it? THANKS for your help!

Al in Iowa

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Dlowrey

02-23-2003 12:47:49
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 Re: Re: Re: #200 2 Row Cultivator in reply to AlbertoV05, 02-23-2003 06:38:35  
Al, The quick tatch culivator is a nice one. It has both front and back rigs. It mounts to a rock shaft. It should fit an A but we will measure to make sure. We don't have a digital camera but we are trying to locate one.
David



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AlbertoV05

02-23-2003 13:22:31
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: #200 2 Row Cultivator in reply to Dlowrey, 02-23-2003 12:47:49  
David,
Just so we are both "on the same page"....I'm wanting to mount this #200 Quick-Tatch on the rockshaft of my 1955 Model 60. If she fits on an A I don't see why she wouldn't fit a 60?
If you can't find a digital camera maybe just take some pics with a regular camera and let me know what I owe you for film and developing charges. Or just send the film to me and I can get it developed up here.
THANKS again for your help!

Al in Iowa

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Mike Aylward

02-23-2003 18:34:43
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: #200 2 Row Cultivator in reply to AlbertoV05, 02-23-2003 13:22:31  
Al, the mounts for the 200 cultivators are different between the A's and 60's. The rear rigs will interchange but the Quik-Tatch frames are different. The A's side frame will be straight while the 60's will be tapered. Quite likely the later cultivator will require the upper knob whereas the earlier cultivators had none, which is why you see A and B tractors with notches worn in them under the top two bolts on the front of the tractor. Hope this helps. Mike

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AlbertoV05

02-23-2003 18:40:56
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: #200 2 Row Cultivator in reply to Mike Aylward, 02-23-2003 18:34:43  
Mike,
Thanks for the info! I recently bought the "cone piece" that bolts to the pedestal/grill with the top two bolts on my 60; so at least I have that bracket!
I was not aware that there is a difference in the side "Quick-Tatch" frames on a #200 designed for a Model A versus one designed for a 60?!
Is there a different model front-mount two-row cultivator for my late 60 that I should be looking for?
Any help you can provide would be appreciated!
Thanks again!

Al in Iowa

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Mike Aylward

02-23-2003 19:38:39
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: #200 2 Row Cultivator in reply to AlbertoV05, 02-23-2003 18:40:56  
Al, the 200 cultivator is the appropriate piece age-wise, but a later 20 cultivator would look ok, too. The 20's came out with the 20 series tractors. About the only difference between the 20's and 200's is the shields. The 200's had frame mounted shields with adjusting chains and the 20's had rig-mounted shields. I have run both and always felt the frame mounted shields of the 200's worked better! Mike

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AlbertoV05

02-23-2003 20:33:51
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: #200 2 Row Cultivator in reply to Mike Aylward, 02-23-2003 19:38:39  
Mike,
OK, here's the $20,000 question:
Where would I even begin to look for #20? I'm having one heck of a time just trying to find a #200!
Are you aware of any websites that have pics of a #20? I'd love to see one!
Thanks again!

Al in Iowa



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dave

02-22-2003 21:31:19
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 Re: Re: #200 2 Row Cultivator in reply to Dlowrey, 02-22-2003 20:16:11  
Al what part of Iowa, I'm in the far N.E. and I know where a couple for A's are laying in farmers yards, I'm not sure what a 200 fits.



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AlbertoV05

02-23-2003 06:15:28
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 Re: Re: Re: #200 2 Row Cultivator in reply to dave, 02-22-2003 21:31:19  
Dave,
I'm just northeast of Cedar Rapids.
The #200 fit most every "styled" two cylinder that came out of Waterloo.
Basically the #200 is a 2 row front-mount cultivator that "stood" on stands while in storage. It was "hinged" at the front so that all you had to do was drive the tractor into it and the sides would fold up against the tractor frame. I'm told that is was completely secured by fastening one bolt on each side of the frame.
The rear unit was more of a challenge....it had to be "man-handled" to get it to mount on the rear axle bolts.
Both front and rear rigs were raised and lowered by the rockshaft of the tractor.
If the ones you know of fit a styled A with a rockshaft, it sounds like what I'm looking for.

Maybe someone else can help with this question: If it is a model that is raised or lowered by manual levers, can you retrofit to rockshaft operation by simply finding a set of rockshaft mounting clamps or will some "fabricating" be necessary?

Al in Iowa

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dave

02-23-2003 13:29:49
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: #200 2 Row Cultivator in reply to AlbertoV05, 02-23-2003 06:15:28  
Al I live in Garnavillo, North of Guttenberg, I have kin folks near Ryan, Coggon C.R. etc. I do not know of any 200,s but as far as mounting to the rock shaft it is very simple, The thing is like a giant e-bolt if I recall. Speaking of recal I just remembered buying a A last spring and the guy said he would throw in the cultivator, man its not good getting old. I probably have a owners manual in the big file--(attic) but I have no idea when I will have time to look for it. If you need the big eye bolt you sure can borrow mine till you find a set. If you need a cultivator you also can borrow mine (whatever it is) till you find one. (N/C) I am very hard to contact but do the E-thing again. Have you ever been to the N.E.I.F.A. show in Garber, Ia.? If so you have seen me, I also take in the show in C.R. Usher Ferry. Have a good one Dave Bacon

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AlbertoV05

02-23-2003 14:00:46
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: #200 2 Row Cultivator in reply to dave, 02-23-2003 13:29:49  
Dave,
Thanks very much for your offer.
I'm starting to look now before I get my sweet corn in this year. The only reason I want a 2 row versus a 4 row is that I'm just using it in the garden. I just hope that a #200 2-row will fit on an A/60?
I'm just south of Springville (follow 151 northeast out of Marion and you'll find Springville).
Are there any salvage yards anywhere east of I-35 that you can think of that I might want to check for a cultivator?
If you've been following this string a gentleman in north central Missouri thinks he might have what I'm looking for.
Love that old 60 of mine! The muffler was just starting to get a rust hole in the side so I bought a new replacement. Just as I was about to throw the old one away, I got a "brain spasm" and took it to a muffler shop to have it cut down and a straight pipe welded on! I think everyone in this end of the county can hear me plow snow now!
I've never been to the Garber show, but have been to Usher's Ferry numerous times.
I also went to the Old Thresher's Reunion "Steam School" class in Mount Pleasant last April. That was a VERY interesting class; we don't know how good we have it these days! Nothing like having to start a fire with straw, then sticks, then coal in the firebox of an old Case to make you appreciate spark plugs and gasoline!!!
Take care!

Al Carstensen

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Larry

02-24-2003 08:05:26
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: #200 2 Row Cultivator in reply to AlbertoV05, 02-23-2003 14:00:46  
Al, There sure ought to be some cultivators near you. Have you talked to Larry's Tractors in Tipton, Ia. If he doesn't have one he probably knows where one is. Call 563-886-2469. If you don't find a 2 row close I do have a good 4 row. Good Luck, Larry



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