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SearsRoebuck3-point harrow

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11-06-2018 06:30:48

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My boss has a Sears & Roebuck 3 point drag harrow that needs repair. It is 4 sections and we will try to repair 2 sections.The tag is Model 909-1060.
Does anyone know how old these are and have any pictures? I tries to search the archives but apparently forgot how. Thanks in advance. Cleddy

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11-07-2018 06:39:24

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 Re: SearsRoebuck3-point harrow in reply to cleddy, 11-06-2018 06:30:48  
3 point and drag are not the same and the spring tooth if I remember correctly as a drag unit only was in the early to mid 50's farm catalogs, I don't have older ones to know how far back they were listed, but come 57 was gone. Don't remember if a spike tooth in those catalogs or not but no 3 point hitch for any of them. If you can provide a picture I can possibly help you with some information.

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11-08-2018 06:18:46

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 Re: SearsRoebuck3-point harrow in reply to Leroy, 11-07-2018 06:39:24  
This one is a spike tooth. It catagory #1 3-point so would be for a smaller tractor. Four sections is wide for the hitch and something must of been hit as hitch is bent up. The harrow is basic and they use slotted bars to set the pitch of the teeth. cleddy

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11-08-2018 12:28:49

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 Re: SearsRoebuck3-point harrow in reply to cleddy, 11-08-2018 06:18:46  
Sounds like the Ferguson we had years ago.

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