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AC snapcouple corn drill

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Maxwell 99

03-04-2014 13:30:57




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Was looking at the west ky craigslist farm section.
A snap couple corn drill has been posted for sale.

They do not come up often.

No it's not mine, but I did own one once and I do know there is not one on every used equipment dealers lot.

Hope one of you gets it, if you want one.




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cleddy

03-05-2014 16:22:04




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 Re: AC snapcouple corn drill in reply to Maxwell 99, 03-04-2014 13:30:57  
We had a 2 row lister that was ran by a small tire in the middle between and in front of the boxes. Anyone have a picture of them and what year were they made. We had 2 but I think the first one was homemade as it had john deere boxes and a steel binder wheel for a drive and the better one had a 12" tractor-tred implement tire and hooked on a wd with the lift arms&clevis under the tractor. Ours got cut up but parts still remain for unknown reasons.cleddy

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maxwell99

03-05-2014 19:10:23




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 Re: AC snapcouple corn drill in reply to cleddy, 03-05-2014 16:22:04  
third party image

lister planter AC



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cleddy

03-08-2014 06:03:23




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 Re: AC snapcouple corn drill in reply to maxwell99, 03-05-2014 19:10:23  
Thanks- Thats what we had but when the old 4-roll pull type John Deere came that was the end of 2 Roll Lister. I don't suspose I could even give these old parts away.Them deep rows-ridges and then cultivating them over on the rows are just a thing of the past. cleddy



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thebigyellowtruck

03-04-2014 14:48:35




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 Re: AC snapcouple corn drill in reply to Maxwell 99, 03-04-2014 13:30:57  
Here is the link for it. Not mine, but if complete and in working condition $250 isn't a bad price, at least not if it were in my area.



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JMS/.MN

03-04-2014 20:24:12




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 Re: AC snapcouple corn drill in reply to thebigyellowtruck, 03-04-2014 14:48:35  
They were made into the 50s. Found mine at an auction for $135. Son uses it, it"s been set at 30 and 36 inch rows. Hitch could be used with old WD drawbar or Snap Coupler. Saw a 4 row once, two units coupled with factory hitch. Book shows they fit multiple tractors, C, CA, WD, etc.



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