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05-31-2008 18:32:00

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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

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06-01-2008 07:20:35

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 Re: planter parts in reply to G.R.Fields, 05-31-2008 18:32:00  
Sounds like a 600. What does the closing wheels look like?

I would try your local Agco dealer and ask them about used or refurbished parts. My local guys do good at finding lower than new parts, both the Agco and JD.

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06-02-2008 18:47:10

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 Re: planter parts in reply to wilson2, 06-01-2008 07:20:35  
The closing wheel is probably a 15" or 16" steel wheel with a hard rubber tire. Still sound like a 600? Thanks.

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06-03-2008 06:57:52

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 Re: planter parts in reply to G.R.Fields, 06-02-2008 18:47:10  
Yeah, I would think so... But I have been wrong before!

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