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Ford 210 field cultivator

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02-07-2012 10:38:56

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I asked on the Ford board, but I'll ask here too. 25' with 2-bar coil tine harrow coming up on auction. Thinking of buying if it goes cheap enough, and selling my 20' IH 4500. But I'm wondering about parts... Who built these for Ford? Maybe Glenco (which is now part of Agco, right?) Probably '80's vintage. Not worried about finding points, but maybe the occasional tine or spring, if needed. Would like the extra 5' and having tandems.

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02-07-2012 20:13:32

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 Re: Ford 210 field cultivator in reply to Fordfarmer, 02-07-2012 10:38:56  
Thanks. I knew White/Oliver had built plows and disks for Ford, but didn't think they made the field cultivators and disk chisels. Will post back if I end up buying it.

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02-08-2012 05:31:29

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 Re: Ford 210 field cultivator in reply to Fordfarmer, 02-07-2012 20:13:32  
I am thinking it was a model 208 that was built by glenco, too many years to remember for shure but it was not a foldup unit, would have to dig out parts books. Case also had the same thing but there were a difference in the shanks, the Glenco and Case both had a lighter version of the tooth as did the Ford but on the ford have only seen them in parts books as all the Ford ones I have seen used the heavier tooth.

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02-07-2012 11:41:01

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 Re: Ford 210 field cultivator in reply to Fordfarmer, 02-07-2012 10:38:56  
I think they were made by Glencoe. I went to their out-of-business sale years ago, about 50 miles from me. I still get parts through my ex-AC now NH dealer.

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02-07-2012 11:20:02

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 Re: Ford 210 field cultivator in reply to Fordfarmer, 02-07-2012 10:38:56  
No guarantee but White built a lot of tillage for Ford in the late 1970's and early 1980's so again it would fall to AGCO if true.

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