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Speaking of Snap Couple Disks...

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WI Dave

04-21-2012 07:53:10




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What can you tell me about this one from the pic? It's for sale in my area. It's 8' wide. third party image




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Curt South of K.C.

04-21-2012 20:56:53




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 Re: Speaking of Snap Couple Disks... in reply to WI Dave, 04-21-2012 07:53:10  
Dave
I have one like that,works good with my WD. The only problem is the price of the bearings. There kinda of expensive if i remember right.
Curt



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DiyDave

04-21-2012 17:34:49




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 Re: Speaking of Snap Couple Disks... in reply to WI Dave, 04-21-2012 07:53:10  
We always knew them, as WD discs. That was the disc, that the WD was made to pull.



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Gene MN

04-21-2012 08:59:01




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 Re: Speaking of Snap Couple Disks... in reply to WI Dave, 04-21-2012 07:53:10  
The chain lift has to be factory as they are the same as mine and the same as in the manual



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LeonardWD45

04-21-2012 07:59:58




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 Re: Speaking of Snap Couple Disks... in reply to WI Dave, 04-21-2012 07:53:10  
Checked my AC disk harrow parts catalog and it looks like a model 20 disk harrow. Identifying feature is the depth adjustment on the draw bar.

Leonard



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WI Dave

04-21-2012 08:13:08




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 Re: Speaking of Snap Couple Disks... in reply to LeonardWD45, 04-21-2012 07:59:58  
Are the chain lift-arms factory or farmerized?



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john gottlied

04-21-2012 09:32:04




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 Re: Speaking of Snap Couple Disks... in reply to WI Dave, 04-21-2012 08:13:08  

thay are factory, have one just like it on my dad's farm that we bought new.



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