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Two row mounted cultivators, for C or CA

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Ralphwd45

03-12-2018 22:51:15




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I am in need of a set of 2 row , mounted cultivators, for my NF CA tractor for corn and potatoes this year. I am in western Washington, and need a seller, that would help with his end of shipping. I can haul in wash, Idaho, and Oregon, but much farther is not realistic. I found one set in Michigan, using the YT classifieds, but haven't contacted the seller yet, due to the distance. Any one out there willing to sell theirs? E mail is open!

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Eldon (WA)

03-16-2018 07:28:56




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 Re: Two row mounted cultivators, for C or CA in reply to Ralphwd45, 03-12-2018 22:51:15  
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I have a set, but a fellow from the west side has spoken for them...but not paid for, so who knows....



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Ralphwd45

03-20-2018 00:05:01




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 Re: Two row mounted cultivators, for C or CA in reply to Eldon (WA), 03-16-2018 07:28:56  
My e mail is open Eldon, Let me know if he don't take the cultivators. 360 400 0250



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Aaron SEIA

03-14-2018 10:26:48




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 Re: Two row mounted cultivators, for C or CA in reply to Ralphwd45, 03-12-2018 22:51:15  
I can get the cultivator off and back on my boys C in around a half hour. In 20 years when I'm 60 my joy can do it in a half hour. It's not bad at all.

AaronSEIA



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Traditional Farmer

03-13-2018 01:18:05




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 Re: Two row mounted cultivators, for C or CA in reply to Ralphwd45, 03-12-2018 22:51:15  
A set for a C won't fit a CA so I can save you that trouble I have some for a CA but I'm way across the country in VA.Hopefully Eldon will see this he lives in your general area and lots of
AC equipment.



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Ralphwd45

03-14-2018 02:01:46




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 Re: Two row mounted cultivators, for C or CA in reply to Traditional Farmer, 03-13-2018 01:18:05  
Yes I know where Eldon is, but his collection, that I observed, was mostly newer tractors than I deal with. I did however see a B poking its head out of a shed, and he furnished me with two, WD 45 hydraulic cylinders. I have a C that has a 1 bottom plow mounted on it, and really didn't want to dis mount the plow, as I am not sure of how many pictures I would have to take of the mounting framework, to ever get it back on properly. The plow linkage is under the belly similar to the mounting set up on my other C, that has a mid mount sickle mower on it. Those old AC engineers were masters, at using strap iron, to achieve mounting brackets and linkages for various functions. From what I gathered, recently from Eldon's posts, he is probably selling out, and going to do something else.

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Jr1983

03-14-2018 04:31:39




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 Re: Two row mounted cultivators, for C or CA in reply to Ralphwd45, 03-14-2018 02:01:46  
I took the two row cultivator off and put the plow on dads C last night. Took about 30 min. The first time I think it was a four hour process to figure it out and tap out all the holes. Once you've done it once its pretty easy. You figure out what brackets you can just leave on.



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Jim Phelps

03-13-2018 05:19:41




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 Re: Two row mounted cultivators, for C or CA in reply to Traditional Farmer, 03-13-2018 01:18:05  
Agree a set of cultivators for a C are not compatable for a CA, different lift system etc. Best of luck, I would think someone has a set out there. I sold mine to a gentleman in Lexington to use on his CA for sweet corn.



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Ralphwd45

03-14-2018 02:21:46




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 Re: Two row mounted cultivators, for C or CA in reply to Jim Phelps, 03-13-2018 05:19:41  
Thanks Jim, but It seems to me that the lifting system is up for grabs, if a man is enterprising, with hydraulics. I am after useability, and not correctness, as an antique. My 52 B would have me behind bars, if the correct police, ever saw it. But BOY is it useable, and a joy to operate! Most old equipment , that I have bought, generally don't have the mounting brackets with it, as they are stuck in some ones barn, or shed, years ago, and forgotten. It is not unusual, for me to have problems, mounting stuff.

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