Posted by F-I-T on November 12, 2012 at 06:15:11 from (220.127.116.11):
I need to replace some if not all of the disks on my worn out Model "B" plain drill. I can buy the assemblies through Deere for $50 ea, but the drill doesn't deserve this much money. We just use it in the neighborhood to sew annual rye, oats, and bahia in pastures.
Anyone know of a place that sells just the disks that I can re-rivet? Thought I'd also buy one or two complete assemblies from Deere so I could put a couple on and have a couple on the bench getting repaired.
Agri-Supply has one that looks right, but their equivalent numbers don't check out.
Or...if anyone has a nice "B" drill near north Florida, I'd be interested.
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