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zach in neb

10-24-2010 18:39:52

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did case make a mid mounted planter for an sc or dc? i bought what i think is one today but can't seem to find any pictures of one. If so does anyone have any pictures of one?

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zach in neb

10-26-2010 15:35:22

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 Re: case mid mounted planter in reply to nitrous, 10-24-2010 18:39:52  
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well i'm not sure when i looked at them they were in a pile in the corner of a dark barn...there was a cultivator with it so i suppose thats probably what it is then

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bradley martin

10-25-2010 16:33:15

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 Re: case mid mounted planter in reply to zach in neb, 10-24-2010 18:39:52  
I might have a brochure of Sc/DC implements. I'll have to check, but it may be a few days.

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10-25-2010 10:43:02

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 Re: case mid mounted planter in reply to zach in neb, 10-24-2010 18:39:52  
If by mid mount are you talking about planters that follow but are hooked to the front mounted tool bar that clamps in the square hole in the front steering post/axel assembly.

If so the answer is yes, we had them for our SC back in the mid 50s. You will see them for sale occasionally in the YT Photo ads and on eBay.


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