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B cultivators and plow

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HB

03-22-2003 19:23:16




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Does anyone have a manual or parts book showing all the parts to the hand lift cultivator,plow,and sickle bar mower for a 38 B w/o hydraulics?
Or could you at least tell me what model cultivator I have (it came off a 40 B ).Or is there a serial number on the cultivators somewhere to identify it?
From what I have learned there is a 61,61A,62,64,69,etc., model cult,I just don't know what Ive got!
I got a lot of pieces,but don't know if they are all here or what part goes with what implement.
I see where the cult mounts to the torque tube and front seat frame-but what else goes under it to mount it?
The plow - I think I have the frame that goes on the front seat frame and bolts to the final drives,but it may be that a bracket for it that is not attatched is in the pile of parts that I have on the barn floor!
ANY help is welcome and appreciated!
If anyone can scan a few pages and email them I would be grateful,Thanks.
HB

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kevin

03-25-2003 09:27:41




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 Re: B cultivators and plow in reply to HB, 03-22-2003 19:23:16  
HB,

Got a mess of photos with nowhere to send them. Need your email address.

Kevin (FL)



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David L. Clem

09-30-2004 10:00:22




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 Re: Re: B cultivators and plow in reply to kevin, 03-25-2003 09:27:41  
Just thumbing through looking for plow hookup info. I would like to see your photos if you can send them to me. I have a 44 B with hydraulics.



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D13

03-23-2003 04:53:40




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 Re: B cultivators and plow in reply to HB, 03-22-2003 19:23:16  
Check the archives, use the AC archive with the word Cultivator, and then again with the word Plow.

The cultivators are easy, the hoop goes in the back, you put the lift lever down (on manual lifts) and back over the cultivator until you can pull the lift lever out (or do it my way and just pull the whole lever off), then the front brackets bot to th torque tube, the lift goes on the square tube at the front of the fenders, and the rest is pretty evident.

Plow requires the front drawbar and the rear rockshaft set up.

Better descriptions are back in the archives.

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HB

03-23-2003 06:38:30




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 Re: Re: B cultivators and plow in reply to D13, 03-23-2003 04:53:40  
Thanks D13,I did that.I always do a search of this site and the internet before I ask any questions,so I don't ask something that's been asked over and over again.I found some pics of a C with a cult on it ,but I don't think that will help me! What I need is a way to identify the parts I have that are in a pile.
I need a parts schematic that shows,for example, what the rockshaft looks like and where it goes.
Right now I've got parts to the plow,cult.,and sickle bar spread out,and I'm trying to find an easier way to ID them.

I found cultivator manuals for sale,but I don't know what model cult I have? They list about 6 different ones-all for a B.I know some are manuals for the later hydraulic lift B,but I don't know if the model 61 is the older hand-lift model,or if I have the 61A or if that even matters!
I guess even a few pics of a hand lift B cultivator as installed on the tractor would help a lot.
HB

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kevin

03-23-2003 19:01:26




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 Re: Re: Re: B cultivators and plow in reply to HB, 03-23-2003 06:38:30  
HB,

We have a B that has a cultivator frame on it, but no shanks. I think it also has the lift lever too. If you think it would help I could snap some photos and email.

Kevin (FL)



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Hoosierbuddy

03-23-2003 20:17:57




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: B cultivators and plow in reply to kevin, 03-23-2003 19:01:26  
Kevin,That would be a huge help-and I would truly appreciate it!
Thanks,
HB



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tom davison

03-24-2003 09:37:01




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: B cultivators and plow in reply to Hoosierbuddy, 03-23-2003 20:17:57  
All B cultivator models use the same basic frame and hookup. The hydraulic hookup is only an addition to the manual lift. All cultivators fit all B's regardless of year of mfg.

I have a manual for the cultivators and the plows. If you will email me with your mailing address, I will make copies of the manual and mail to you. I may have an extra lift lever. The cultivators only attach to the torque tube and the tube at the front of the fenders. Hope this helps. Tom Davison

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David L. Clem

09-30-2004 10:02:41




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: B cultivators and plow in reply to tom davison, 03-24-2003 09:37:01  
Could you possibly send a a copy of your manuals also. I am trying to complete my late Fathers pride and joy that was left to me. Thanks.



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HB

03-24-2003 13:22:45




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: B cultivators and plow in reply to tom davison, 03-24-2003 09:37:01  
Thanks Tom.E-Mail is on it's way!
I thought it loked like the cult. bolted to the torque tube and front seat frame,but I wasn't sure if there were any other parts missing that may have been needed to attatch it to the rear of the tractor.
Thanks for steering me in the right direction:^)
HB



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