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mike w (ny)

10-22-2009 03:17:47

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... does anyone know anout allis corn planter?? i bought 2 this past spring... one snap coupler and one i think used to be. i had to sell the one was 2small for my d-17 the other one has a bar on the front to hook into any tractor( not original) does anyone know if its supposed to be a snao coupler or how i can get it back to one???

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10-24-2009 14:36:27

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 Re: corn planter in reply to mike w (ny), 10-22-2009 03:17:47  
They are refered to as a drill planter. The snap coupler planter will have the hitch on the front that attaches to the snap coupler under the tractor. Here is the best picture I can find right now of my SC planter:

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10-24-2009 14:38:17

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 Re: corn planter in reply to wilman, 10-24-2009 14:36:27  
Here is a better picture of my snap coupler drill planter.

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mike w (ny)

10-22-2009 09:38:26

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 Re: corn planter in reply to mike w (ny), 10-22-2009 03:17:47  
... yeah the one i sold was smaller the one i got now is bigger was just wondering kinda wanted to make it way it should b...

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10-22-2009 08:44:37

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 Re: corn planter in reply to mike w (ny), 10-22-2009 03:17:47  
I bought one like that two years ago- like bg says...the book and planter are at my son"s place. Don"t know if it even had a model number- was made around the early 50s, mounts for C, CA, WD, WD45- snap-coupler and drawbar setups. Also two hooked together with common SC hitch for WD45. Plate planter, narrows to 30 inch rows.

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10-22-2009 06:12:29

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 Re: corn planter in reply to mike w (ny), 10-22-2009 03:17:47  
they were made both ways, snap coupler, and the early ones used the drawbar to hook up.

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mike w (ny)

10-22-2009 06:36:53

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 Re: corn planter in reply to bg/mo, 10-22-2009 06:12:29  
... is there any way to id them???

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