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m.appel

02-09-2013 13:39:36




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can anybody give me a value of a cultivator lift that came from a WC allis? thank-you.




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dboll

02-11-2013 10:17:04




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 Re: cultivator lift in reply to m.appel, 02-09-2013 13:39:36  
not worth anything, I'd take off your hands as a favor.



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m.appel

02-11-2013 15:11:58




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 Re: cultivator lift in reply to dboll, 02-11-2013 10:17:04  
some favor!go back to building your "off-green" pull tractor.let me know when it turns ripe!color-blind So-Daker! lol



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dboll

02-12-2013 05:16:16




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 Re: cultivator lift in reply to m.appel, 02-11-2013 15:11:58  
You're not very nice to me, I was just trying to help!



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m.appel

02-12-2013 16:43:03




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 Re: cultivator lift in reply to dboll, 02-12-2013 05:16:16  
help is a 4-letter word!



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Lonnie Smith

02-09-2013 14:10:01




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 Re: cultivator lift in reply to m.appel, 02-09-2013 13:39:36  
If it's the mechanical lift, probably 10 cents a pound.



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Harvey 2

02-09-2013 13:52:53




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 Re: cultivator lift in reply to m.appel, 02-09-2013 13:39:36  
Are you talking about the hydraulic lift or the mechanical lift? There is a big differance.



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JMS/.MN

02-09-2013 14:28:09




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 Re: cultivator lift in reply to Harvey 2, 02-09-2013 13:52:53  
Never any hyd lift on a WC. Mechanical lift- $25-50.



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old

02-09-2013 14:12:56




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 Re: cultivator lift in reply to Harvey 2, 02-09-2013 13:52:53  
Hyd lift on a WC never heard of such since they did not have hyds. Now the other type I have one on a parts WC



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Harvey 2

02-09-2013 14:26:40




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 Re: cultivator lift in reply to old, 02-09-2013 14:12:56  
Hydraulic lift on a WC? I guess it was a dealer installed unit as I have seen some on WCs, in the past. I never say never cause some one is going to have an example contrary to popular belief.



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JMS/.MN

02-09-2013 14:29:31




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 Re: cultivator lift in reply to Harvey 2, 02-09-2013 14:26:40  
Never any factory unit.



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old

02-09-2013 14:29:31




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 Re: cultivator lift in reply to Harvey 2, 02-09-2013 14:26:40  
Yes you could add hyds to any thing but no WC came from the factory with hyds but yes maybe there was an aftermarket add on but it would not be by A/C



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m.appel

02-09-2013 20:59:43




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 Re: cultivator lift in reply to old, 02-09-2013 14:29:31  
i should have clarified,it's a mechanical lift,not hydraulic.



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JMS/.MN

02-09-2013 21:46:49




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 Re: cultivator lift in reply to m.appel, 02-09-2013 20:59:43  
OK- is it complete? ie, does it have the foot pedal? Olztimers memory says there were two versions re the pedal. OK....early version, used before the WC had the traction release lever......casting on the lift housing had 'notches'....so with a handle, you could crank up the cultivator, or lister, when you dumped it in a bad spot, like.....up against a freaking fence, etc!!!!!! Or stuck in the mud!!! Armstrong was around way before Lance was!

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dboll

02-11-2013 10:20:40




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 Re: cultivator lift in reply to JMS/.MN, 02-09-2013 21:46:49  
an old guy told me about getting trapped in the corner of the field and having to go up to the yard to get a jack to raise the wheel so he could lift the cultivator and get out of there



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m.appel

02-10-2013 06:43:19




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 Re: cultivator lift in reply to JMS/.MN, 02-09-2013 21:46:49  
i remember the pedal being on the tractor years ago,i will try to find it.when complete,it will be for sale.



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