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04-15-2013 10:30:07

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Hey guys, I have two case corn planters, ones pull type and ones the eagle hitch. They seem to be identical besides that, so can I put the markers from my pull type on my EH? Also how do I route the rope/cable for the markers? Thanks

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04-16-2013 00:42:50

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 Re: case corn planter in reply to casesergelman, 04-15-2013 10:30:07  
actually it's a vac toplink, it's all I had on hand at the split second I was hooking up to service the planter. I have just the standard toplink you can get nowa days with the knuckle on one end ground down, works great.

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04-15-2013 16:35:22

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 Re: case corn planter in reply to casesergelman, 04-15-2013 10:30:07  
In 65 years of farming and planting corn I have never used a marker. You soon learn to drive the correct distence from the previous row. But then I only used two, four, and six row planters.

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04-15-2013 19:03:37

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 Re: case corn planter in reply to hwess, 04-15-2013 16:35:22  
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Always more plants in a crooked row! :lol:

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04-15-2013 12:02:27

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 Re: case corn planter in reply to casesergelman, 04-15-2013 10:30:07  
To answer your question the rope goes from an eye on the arm through the pulley on the mast, down to another pulley on the tractor drawbar and back out to the other arm. When you lower the planter, arm goes down, raise it goes up. Pull type arms are much longer than EH arms.

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04-15-2013 11:00:59

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 Re: case corn planter in reply to casesergelman, 04-15-2013 10:30:07  
not trying to be a wise a$$, looks like you have a 300 top link on a 400 tractor. 400 top link has an offset ball so it doesn"t hit valve body. maybe some can post a picture of one.

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04-15-2013 10:46:41

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 Re: case corn planter in reply to casesergelman, 04-15-2013 10:30:07  
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