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jay newby

12-16-2013 08:32:18

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looking for 4 no till coulters to fit ac 770 planter.

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12-16-2013 15:10:08

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 Re: no till coulters in reply to jay newby, 12-16-2013 08:32:18  
I ordered a set of seed drop tubes for my 385 last March from Landoll via my local AGCO, hoping to have them in time to plant in May. I'm still waiting on them. I spoke to Landoll regarding availablity of parts at that time, the planter was out of production and they were selling parts while they lasted. AGCO couldn't supply one of the hex bearings I needed any longer, So I had to make a new round shaft. Not much confidence in being able to get parts on short notice.

As much as it pained me, I bought a Deere planter for this year.
The 2000 used the same coulter set up except for the blade. When do you suppose they went out of production?
This post was edited by RGMartin at 15:12:34 12/16/13.

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12-16-2013 09:54:33

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 Re: no till coulters in reply to jay newby, 12-16-2013 08:32:18  
Whole coulters or just the blades?

Finding whole units that are usable is going to be problematic. The torsion rubbers in what you find are going to be 30 years old or better...

I have a set I took off of a Deutz Allis 385(probably the last planter to use them)), they should be the same, but painted black. I bet there are 4 good ones out there.

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12-16-2013 10:05:52

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 Re: no till coulters in reply to RGMartin, 12-16-2013 09:54:33  
Didn't the 2000 series plows use the same coulters? Landoll kept making the 385 planter for some years after AGCO abandoned it in favor of the White planters . . . might be the torsion rubbers could still be available from them.

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12-16-2013 09:17:21

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 Re: no till coulters in reply to jay newby, 12-16-2013 08:32:18  
Shoup or ASC...

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