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01-26-2015 11:52:31

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Hey guys, I was on craigslist today and ran across a 52 VAC. The tractor was the newer body style and the guy said he had the cultivators with it. I texted the guy and he said he wasn't for sure if those cultivators would mount up to the newer style VAC or not. He also wasn't sure if it had all the parts. He said he had never seen them on the tractor but thought they were the correct ones. Can any of your guys tell if they are complete or not. I wish I could pick them up but he is wanting to keep it together I guess. From what I understand the cultivators are hard to find around here.


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01-26-2015 19:31:06

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 Re: 1952 VAC in reply to Felixt, 01-26-2015 11:52:31  
It's hard to tell much from the pics. The early cultivators have a wedge that holds them in. Your tractor has clamps to hold the front cultivators in. Nick

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01-26-2015 17:19:57

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 Re: 1952 VAC in reply to Felixt, 01-26-2015 11:52:31  
i believe mine is the 12 also. I remember my dad looking for cultivators for mine, but he never found any. This style just isn't that common here. Any VAC for that matter. I appreciate everyone taking a look at them.

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01-26-2015 16:49:46

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 Re: 1952 VAC in reply to Felixt, 01-26-2015 11:52:31  
It's a VAC-12. I'm not sure but the tool bar towards the right of the picture looks like the rear one that the eagle hitch goes to. Its hard to tell since its upside down. Its SN puts it a ways away from mine at 5572624.

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01-26-2015 12:19:32

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 Re: 1952 VAC in reply to Felixt, 01-26-2015 11:52:31  
That tractor is well worth the money and as far as I can see from the picture that would be the right cultivator for the tractor most of it appears to be there but I cant see well enough to say for sure that all the pieces are there for the front sections of it-even so You would get the rear toolbar and that can be used to set up many different implements including a cultivator or disc hiller and numerous other tools. If it were Me I would be on that thing like white on rice Before its gone Good luck I hope You get it.

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