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Ca snap coupler disk

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J.M.D.

03-31-2012 17:58:32




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What's the going price for a ca SC. disk? Are they hard to find? Thanks.




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Michael Dunica

04-07-2012 20:13:10




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 Re: Ca snap coupler disk in reply to J.M.D., 03-31-2012 17:58:32  
I have a 9 ft SC Allis disk that I may sell.It is in great shape.



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Wilberton

04-04-2012 12:32:57




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 Re: Ca snap coupler disk in reply to J.M.D., 03-31-2012 17:58:32  
One just came up for sale on the YT site:



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Wilberton

04-03-2012 20:04:30




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 Re: Ca snap coupler disk in reply to J.M.D., 03-31-2012 17:58:32  
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I have two, but they are not for sale. Both are 9' Allis transport discs. The one on the left has the SC connector ends. I took the loop off the front and pull them with the draw bar. I have several SC pieces. I don't use the snap coupler feature though. I use the older pin hitch connectors. I like to bolt every thing on. Heard too many stories of plows walking up the back tire on SC stuff.

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Leroy

04-04-2012 06:28:43




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 Re: Ca snap coupler disk in reply to Wilberton, 04-03-2012 20:04:30  
To me a CA snap coupler disk is a fully mounted unit 5 to 7 blades wide and NO ground carrying wheels Yours are a wheel disk with Snap coupler hitch and have seen a few of them and a CA would be very hard pressed to pull one like yours.



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Wilberton

04-04-2012 08:16:42




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 Re: Ca snap coupler disk in reply to Leroy, 04-04-2012 06:28:43  
I use a WD to pull these. The snap coupler attachment is to add weight to the rear and not intended to lift the disc.



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Just an Okie

04-03-2012 14:18:19




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 Re: Ca snap coupler disk in reply to J.M.D., 03-31-2012 17:58:32  
Website: http://www.chatstractors.com/allismain.htm
has one for sale, looks brand new. I think they refurbish or restore these. doesn't have a price, it is 9' SC disc. They might give you a price if you call or email.



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Allis Dave

04-02-2012 09:24:35




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 Re: Ca snap coupler disk in reply to J.M.D., 03-31-2012 17:58:32  
Iíve seen them sell in northern Indiana over the last couple years from $400 - $1,000. Thereís not many of them, but they are around.



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Leroy

04-03-2012 09:35:10




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 Re: Ca snap coupler disk in reply to Allis Dave, 04-02-2012 09:24:35  
Not around over here in Ohio. In my 68 years I have never seen one.



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Jim Phelps

04-01-2012 17:47:45




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 Re: Ca snap coupler disk in reply to J.M.D., 03-31-2012 17:58:32  
I have been looking for one in the west KY area for a year and not found one yet.



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Frank Lyne

04-21-2012 03:55:40




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 Re: Ca snap coupler disk in reply to Jim Phelps, 04-01-2012 17:47:45  
While looking for a snap coupler disk, have you spotted any good buys on junk disks? I live in West KY too. A family member recently bought an Allis Chalmers 2300 wheeled disk. Bearings ruined in front right gang. Would be cheaper to replace the whole gang rather than repair, if we could find a junked disk with a working front right gang.



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