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VAC cultivators

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mike plotner

06-06-2012 08:13:35




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Does anybody know anything about the 2 row mounted eagle hitch cultivators? We used to have a set for our VAC but when we moved Dad only brought the tractor,loader and duals for it. when we went back to get the cultivators the guy had scrapped them. At some point i would like to buy a new set for the old Case.




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mike plotner

06-08-2012 07:25:12




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 Re: VAC cultivators in reply to mike plotner, 06-06-2012 08:13:35  
At one point I was thinking of fabricating my own cultivators out of the attacment parts off a old 3 point blade. Then I figuered after a while finding some cultivators would be cheaper.



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Nick@KY

06-06-2012 10:50:07




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 Re: VAC cultivators in reply to mike plotner, 06-06-2012 08:13:35  
There were several styles of cultivators for the eagle hitch VAC's.Is it a late model with u-joint steering? The front cultivator mounting brackets are diamond shaped on late models.They are square on early models.You have to have the correct style for your model.Also they made quick attach cultivators for the late models.

I would advertise in the want ads or talk to your local collectors to see if they know where any are.
Here are some pics of a few styles,I dont have a good pic of an early model 2 row.

Nick

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mike plotner

06-06-2012 11:56:29




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 Re: VAC cultivators in reply to Nick@KY, 06-06-2012 10:50:07  
Wow thanks! Ours is a 1954 VAC-14 narrow front. it has the late u-joint style steering. I will probley put a ad in the classifieds since around our area most people collect Deere and Allis. I know of only 2 other VAC's and one 2 SC's in the whole county



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Christopher Mikesell

06-06-2012 20:07:15




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 Re: VAC cultivators in reply to mike plotner, 06-06-2012 11:56:29  
I too have a VAC-14 and want a set of cultivators for it. Unfortunately, mine has the standard wide front, so only a late-type quick-attach style will fit (see ECD2A above). Since yours has a narrow front, any late style cultivator should fit. However, these cultivators are not in large supply, and you will probably need to fabricate some of the missing pieces when you find one. Also, be prepared to recognize the mechanism on sight, since many companies made similar-looking units, since few of these units were labeled with prominent identification markings, and since few salvage yard owners will know what they actually have.

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