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jim warehime

01-17-2016 18:49:09

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Picked these up this weekend, H186 2way mounted plow and HM280 runner planter. Alot of NOS parts with the planter, alot still tie wired together. How common were these planters?

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01-18-2016 08:57:29

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 Re: FARMALL H MOUNTED PLANTER AND PLOW in reply to jim warehime, 01-17-2016 18:49:09  
Jim, It looks like you got a good haul. I never worked with H mounted stuff but I would suggest that you get someone nearby who did to help you mount it the first time. It appears you have parts of more than one set and it also looks like some necessary parts may be missing or at least covered in the pile. What I have run into over the years is the tendency of sellers who do not know how to mount the implements allowing essential parts to get lost during storage and transfer. This looks like a good start but it will surprise me if you can make it work with the stuff on the pallets. If you plan to use it this year I would suggest you spend the rest of the winter making sure you have everything you need! One of the advantages of the pull behind or rear mounted planters was the fact that the units were self contained and could be parked as complete and ready to use units. There were few or no little parts like sprockets, linkages, and springs to get lost.

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jim warehime

01-18-2016 10:12:22

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 Re: FARMALL H MOUNTED PLANTER AND PLOW in reply to Lmack, 01-18-2016 08:57:29  
Have everything needed to make a working planter with exception of fertilizer cans. The plows are missing one axle clamp which can be made. Nor planing on farming with it just display.

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01-18-2016 12:08:15

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 Re: FARMALL H MOUNTED PLANTER AND PLOW in reply to jim warehime, 01-18-2016 10:12:22  
Jim, I had a pallet full of planter as you do, With a couple good pictures from friend I was able to get it mounted. As you said fert. cans can be had just depends on what you are willing to spend. I have a mounted 2 row on C and a mounted 2 row on an H. Both for display have no land left for planting. I do have the 2 way plow mounted on Super C but removed it for mowing. oldiron29

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01-17-2016 20:32:47

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 Re: FARMALL H MOUNTED PLANTER AND PLOW in reply to jim warehime, 01-17-2016 18:49:09  
i know where there is an HM 150 mounted disk plow at Dad and I pulled on with my H
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903 898 2244


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01-17-2016 19:58:49

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 Re: FARMALL H MOUNTED PLANTER AND PLOW in reply to jim warehime, 01-17-2016 18:49:09  
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boy, you got a haul..... the H i bought in high school was set up with mounted planters and fert. dist. got the tractor, cult. and planters, plus a parts tractor which turned out to be a super H all for $1400 . Dad and I used it to farm 100 acres

wish i still had the old H.


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jim warehime

01-17-2016 20:05:57

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 Re: FARMALL H MOUNTED PLANTER AND PLOW in reply to bass, 01-17-2016 19:58:49  
Gave $500 and a set of h shutters for all of this. Working on getting 2 more sets of mounted plows and a mounted disc plow.

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