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tuckaway

06-02-2016 18:08:42




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Gene Bender this is the part I talked to you about several weeks ago on the phone. It came off my farmall 100 , now I dont remember what its for. I think it has something to do with planter drive chain but not sure. The id is 3/4 inch,threaded bolt,flat spot on side. I could not find any part no. or IH stamped. Any body recognize this part. By the way I did not paint this part. thanks for any help Tuck
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tuckaway

06-03-2016 19:11:42




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 Re: planter part? in reply to tuckaway, 06-02-2016 18:08:42  
I will try chaulk thanks jim



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Jim Becker

06-03-2016 18:54:44




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 Re: planter part? in reply to tuckaway, 06-02-2016 18:08:42  
Sure there is no part number? Wipe it down with chalk and see if something shows up.



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tuckaway

06-03-2016 18:46:50




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 Re: planter part? in reply to tuckaway, 06-02-2016 18:08:42  
Jim Becker, RTR the otherside is flat, Thanks for help. Tuck



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RTR

06-03-2016 09:43:21




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 Re: planter part? in reply to tuckaway, 06-02-2016 18:08:42  
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Better pictures all around would help us help you. Very intresting part though



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Jim Becker

06-03-2016 09:32:18




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 Re: planter part? in reply to tuckaway, 06-02-2016 18:08:42  
Nothing I recognize either. Maybe a picture of the other side would help. I suppose it looks like this side but with no flat spot.



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gene bender

06-03-2016 04:25:40




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 Re: planter part? in reply to tuckaway, 06-02-2016 18:08:42  
Im not that much on the drive thingys that were used on the axles different types were used that i have found on tractors i have bought some fastening on either side or both as they did have attachments for different things. Sorry i cant be any more help probably an owners manual would have them listed but which attachment.



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tuckaway

06-02-2016 20:28:39




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 Re: planter part? in reply to tuckaway, 06-02-2016 18:08:42  
Dave yes it is like a set screw. Would this be used with left side dresser which I dont have ? thanks



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Dave H (MI)

06-02-2016 20:19:21




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 Re: planter part? in reply to tuckaway, 06-02-2016 18:08:42  
Does that threaded bolt go all the way thru like a set screw? 3/4" seems to be a popular size for planter drive shafts and about all I can think of is that it is part of the main chain drive clutch. How it works is something I would have to see a diagram to figure out but generally the act of raising the planter causes parts to rotate over each other to disengage the drive. That has the look of one of those parts. Just guessing though. Now Gene can come along and tell me how far out in left field I am!

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tuckaway

06-02-2016 20:19:06




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 Re: planter part? in reply to tuckaway, 06-02-2016 18:08:42  
I have the planter clutch that works off the front lift,I will look tomorrow . I used my planter to plant corn it worked fine maybe this is an extra. thanks for help. tuck



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FastFarmall

06-02-2016 19:59:29




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 Re: planter part? in reply to tuckaway, 06-02-2016 18:08:42  
Is it to hold a spring, up against the clutch mechanism, on a planter?



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