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AC SC corn planter-early 50's

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Don Longenecker

05-18-2008 12:53:25

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I'm looking for a manual for this corn planter-all hoppers are metal. It's an old one, but in great shape.
What I can't figure is how the disk row markers are set up so I can control them from the seat of my WD or WD-45?

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05-18-2008 19:32:29

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 Re: AC SC corn planter-early 50's in reply to Don Longenecker, 05-18-2008 12:53:25  
I bought a two-row mounted AC planter from that era last year- fits WD, others. Had a linkage to the lift arms to control markers, details in the op manual.

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Don Longenecker

05-23-2008 13:49:13

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 Re: AC SC corn planter-early 50's in reply to Siegfried, 05-18-2008 19:32:29  
I need a copy of the op manual. Can you make copy and let me know how much, including shipping to East Earl, PA 17519?


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05-18-2008 19:34:26

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 Re: AC SC corn planter-early 50's in reply to Siegfried, 05-18-2008 19:32:29  
I just made up that name- I'm JMS/MN, but lately, that name does not post. But, yeah, the markers were controlled by chains that hooked to the lift arms.

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05-18-2008 19:30:34

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 Re: AC SC corn planter-early 50's in reply to Don Longenecker, 05-18-2008 12:53:25  
if you have the one that was made for the wd/wd45 it will control the markers automatically. If yours is not this type, then you need a rope on each marker to lift them up. I use this type on my ca and can reach back to lower them. Bob

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Don Longenecker

05-23-2008 13:52:38

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 Re: AC SC corn planter-early 50's in reply to chalmersbob, 05-18-2008 19:30:34  
Thank you, it is for a Wd/Wd-45, I just need a manual to help hook it up. it is not obvious.


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