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color of paint for cultivators

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Bill Raley

04-14-2007 09:55:42




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Does anyone have a pic of the colors of a cultivator for a C Farmall? I know some parts of it are supposed to be red and some blue. I would like to find out or does someone know of a source of a pic of them? Like to hear from you. Thanks,

Bill




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Dave Sherburne NY

04-17-2007 12:11:23




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to Bill Raley , 04-14-2007 09:55:42  
Here you go, Wisconsin Historical Society knows.



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CRUSADER

04-14-2007 16:46:28




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to Bill Raley , 04-14-2007 09:55:42  
Hey Bill, Are you from down around Garwood Texas? You could probably get by with just painting the cultivators all red.



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bill raley

04-23-2007 17:13:56




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to CRUSADER, 04-14-2007 16:46:28  
My remark to your answer is this, and how do you know where Garwood, Tx is?



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CRUSADER

04-23-2007 18:47:58




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to bill raley, 04-23-2007 17:13:56  
No Worries Mate, The name sounded familiar of someone I had met and known many years ago that was into 2 cylinder John Deere's mostly. They used mostly Case tractors in thier rice farming operations, raised race horses, and he had attended college in college station. Take care, hope you get the correct paint scheme for your cultivators.



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bill raley

04-25-2007 18:42:00




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to CRUSADER, 04-23-2007 18:47:58  
well reveal yourself mr mystery man. now you have me curious



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CRUSADER

04-25-2007 19:46:35




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to bill raley , 04-25-2007 18:42:00  
"Reveal Myself"??? This is a family type forum, I don't think that would be very appreciated by the other readers of this forum or permitted. Do you still go by the CB Radio handle as Bionic Bohemian?



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bill raley

04-26-2007 18:35:40




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to CRUSADER, 04-25-2007 19:46:35  
I never went by that handle, sorry



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CRUSADER

04-26-2007 19:53:19




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to bill raley, 04-26-2007 18:35:40  
Well I guess you are not who I thought you were. Well keep on squeezin' away at that accordian. If you are the person I am thinking of, you have or had a couple of accordians. One of them was a three row Helickon (sp). But take care and hope you get your cultivators painted.



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bill raley

04-26-2007 22:23:01




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to CRUSADER, 04-26-2007 19:53:19  
well you might as well send me an email to my addy, and I will or would like to talk to you



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CRUSADER

04-27-2007 07:39:52




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to bill raley, 04-26-2007 22:23:01  
As far as the cultivators go...a person would think you would be painting them JD Green to match all them two cylinder John Deere's that you have. Or have you come over to the REAL type of farm equipment and are using IH now? How much does a drag type shredder/bush hog about 7 or 8 foot (something that a JD 630 or Farmall M could handle okay) sell for around there? Depending how things go with my "additional duty first shirt" detail here at Dyess I might be needing one for some mowing at the farm. Hope to get the carb fixed real soon for the 630 and if I can find a trailer to borrow I may be trying to move the M somewhere that I can work on it in my off time. Say hello to your Dad for me. Do ya'll still have the stables for the race horses?

Take care,
Jimmy

PS I'll be on leave for 11 days and will be headed to Fort Worth and the farm then in the middle of the week to Clovis to see my wife and do a bunch of Honey Dos that she has lined up. Give me a call or email me. I may be near a computer from time to time to log on once in awhile.

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Jim Becker

04-14-2007 16:31:11




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to Bill Raley , 04-14-2007 09:55:42  
Universal mounting frames red.
Tool bars blue.
Standards, clamps etc. black.
A few specific tools were different colors.
Not sure if there was any red on the rear section.

The cover picture on Guy Fay's Data Book has an H but the cultivator color scheme is the same.



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georgeky

04-14-2007 17:00:21




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to Jim Becker, 04-14-2007 16:31:11  
Jim I have two sets of cultivators with all original paint on them and there is no black on them at all.The back section is all blue.



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Jim Becker

04-15-2007 09:54:46




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to georgeky, 04-14-2007 17:00:21  
Including spring trips? Do you know what year(s) they are from?



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georgeky

04-15-2007 13:12:49




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to Jim Becker, 04-15-2007 09:54:46  
The set for the C are 1949 model. They were bought new by a neighbor. I also have the plow, corn planter and mower that came with his tractor. The other is a HM 438 4 row. I think the guy I got them from said they were 1951, but am not sure about those. The replacement blocks and shanks were black when sold.



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Jim Becker

04-15-2007 19:12:54




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to georgeky, 04-15-2007 13:12:49  
Interesting. Blue was substituted quite a bit on Cub, Super A and C implements in the '47 to '49 time. From anything I have seen, by '51 they should have been pretty uniform on the red/blue/black (like the cover picture I mentioned earlier).

I've seen odd things with spares. It almost gives the impression that spares got painted with whatever was in the booth when they came through.



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farmerweber in PA

04-14-2007 13:58:29




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to Bill Raley , 04-14-2007 09:55:42  
hey george,missed replying to you on other post.Also have a "57 350D and would not trade that thing for a million bucks.As to why folks are taking parts off of stuff,the price of scrap is sky high right now.I try to keep everything I can stashed away.



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georgeky

04-14-2007 14:18:22




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to farmerweber in PA, 04-14-2007 13:58:29  
That uncle of mine isn't selling the stuff, he is putting it on his worn out stuff. I guess it is cheaper than going to parts store or salvage, if you can rob a nephew. I have had two whole tractors stolen. 1948 M and a 58 gas 350.



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georgeky

04-14-2007 10:00:44




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to Bill Raley , 04-14-2007 09:55:42  
Bill the frames are red and the beams and shanks are blue. When it quits raining I will go look at mine to make sure. I have a set with most of the original paint on them.



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A. Bohemian

04-14-2007 11:30:22




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to georgeky, 04-14-2007 10:00:44  
I have two sets. Neither one has so much as a speck of the original paint on them!

They are useless to me anyway, because an overzealous relative who was clearing my grandfather"s farm sold all the fast-hitch parts for scrap. I"m still bitter...



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georgeky

04-14-2007 12:43:33




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 Re: color of paint for cultivators in reply to A. Bohemian, 04-14-2007 11:30:22  
I don't blame you. I have an uncle that has packed off a bunch of my old Junk as well. He took the furrow wheel and both colters off my fast hitch plow that came with dads 230. He has even robbed parts off my mowing machine with it sitting in the front yard. I told him if I caught him taking anything else I would have him pit in the jail house. What is with these knotheads?



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