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261 cultivators

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12-16-2018 18:31:20

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any one out there got good detailed photos of how the 261 cultivators mounts up to the tractor. i got a set of 261s this weekend and gonna have to fab up some mounting hardware.
just looking for some detail photos of how they mount.



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12-18-2018 03:24:37

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 Re: 261 cultivators in reply to bass, 12-16-2018 18:31:20  
i'll try to get some photos of what i'm looking at, and what ive got in mind to make the parts


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12-17-2018 06:01:24

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 Re: 261 cultivators in reply to bass, 12-16-2018 18:31:20  
Is this what you are looking for?

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12-17-2018 14:35:05

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 Re: 261 cultivators in reply to Lucid, 12-17-2018 06:01:24  
I think he's looking for the [2] pieces, that bolt on the front, outside, of the bolster on a IHC tractor. There kind of triangle shaped, 1/4 thick 8 1/4 inches high and 16 1/4 inches long, the small part of triangle is about 3 inches. They attach with 3 - 5/8 bolts, but they have to be punched out for the 4 bolts that do hold the bolster, to the channel iron frame. The eye bolts are attached to the front of said piece, the top two pivot down, the bottom two pivot up into their respective slots, and hold the cultivator on !! Am i right bass ?

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12-17-2018 05:03:31

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 Re: 261 cultivators in reply to bass, 12-16-2018 18:31:20  
300 row crop

im going to have to fab up the eye bolts and frame hooks

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gene bender

12-17-2018 05:44:23

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 Re: 261 cultivators in reply to bass, 12-17-2018 05:03:31  
Yes and they cut the frame mounts on the cult to fit the brackets on the tractor caure your tractor frame is like an M correct

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gene bender

12-17-2018 02:52:57

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 Re: 261 cultivators in reply to bass, 12-16-2018 18:31:20  
What tractor. You will need to make some brackets depending on what is on the cult now.There was a bracket that bolted to the frame on older tractors then cult was modified so what do you have now.

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