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06-19-2007 18:34:56

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What were the most common models of cultivators, planters, and distributors used? From my searching I see 100,101 Distributor, 180 Planter, and 144 Culitvators, does this sound close. Thanks, Kyle

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06-19-2007 20:54:24

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 Re: Farmall 140 in reply to TxFarmer84, 06-19-2007 18:34:56  
Where you mount the planter and fertilize unit on the side of the tractor it takes a special bolt with drop shoulders. Takes four of them, 5/8 but about 1 1/2 inches long. You might want to check and see if you have them if your planning on getting the fertilize unit and planter.

On the 144 cultivator it came with the tool bars that both pointed to the right (if you look at it from the seat). You could also get one that pointed to the left. My cousin had his set up with the arms that pointed in the two directions and I wanted mine like his on my SA. I happaned to have one of those bars from the 140 to use so I got it mounted. He had warned me about the shank hitting the oil pan but I kind of forgot. When I started the tractor I heard the sound of metal hitting metal. I remembered his warning then. Oh well, its on the bottom of the oil pan and no one will ever see it. lol

Lots of neet things you can get for the 140.

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06-20-2007 03:59:53

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 Re: Farmall 140 in reply to SuperA-Tx, 06-19-2007 20:54:24  
Can you tell me more about those bolts?

I'm just buying a fertilizer unit for my SA and he said the mounting bolts are missing. Are those bolts need for mounting on all of the offset models [it came off a 274 but he measured and says it will fit the mounting holes on my SA]??

Where can one get them? From Case-IH dealers only? Or do they have a common name so that a good bolt store could get them [in other words, what would one ask for?]?



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06-20-2007 06:33:47

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 Re: Farmall 140 in reply to MapleSprings, 06-20-2007 03:59:53  
I checked at Case about the bolts and they did have some in stock but they wanted $20 each.

I finally got some from Sam Adams for $10 each. His number is 903-836-4688. Make sure you tell him to send the 5/8 and not the 3/4 ones he has.

I have a picture of the bolt if you need it. Just send me an email.

Sam Adams had some of the fiberglass fertilize hoppers too if you needed one of those. Didnt check the price tho.

Do you have the seed drive that goes on the final drive?

Dont know about the 247 tractor. All I know are Super A's and 140's.

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06-19-2007 18:44:35

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 Re: Farmall 140 in reply to TxFarmer84, 06-19-2007 18:34:56  
You got it. However there were several other planters that could be used, depending on front, rear or fast hitch mounted.

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