I recently purchased a 6 row nt planter at an auction. It didn't come with any plates or the adapter plates that drive the actual seed plate. There are no model #'s on the machine just ac stickers on the seed bins. The bins are rectangualar and constructed of fiberglass, it also has cable operated markers. I have seen these planters with hydrualic markers thats all the info i can give you. I can no longer find parts for my Ford planter so Im hoping to have better luck with this one. I am very new to this so any help would be appreciated. Thanks
Today's Featured Article - Tractor Hydraulics - The Basics - by Curtis Von Fange. Hydraulics was one of the greatest inventions for helping man compound the work he can do. Itís amazing how a little floor jack can lift tons and tons of weight with just the flick of a handle. Whatís even more amazing is that all the principals of hydraulic theory can be wrapped up in such a small package. This same package applies to any hydraulic system from the largest bulldozer to the oldest and smallest tractor. This short series will take a look at the basic layout of a simple hydraul
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