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need help ID my 2 row JD cultivator

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marlin54

06-12-2019 17:27:19




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When I bought my 41 model B I also got a 2 row cultivator with it. I dont see any model number on it...the only numbers I see is on the lower inside sweep....29577 anyone know what model it is ? Also will it fit other JDeeres like a model A or maybe a model 50 ?Thanks




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Tx Jim

06-13-2019 03:32:24




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 Re: need help ID my 2 row JD cultivator in reply to marlin54, 06-12-2019 17:27:19  
Actually it's a model 200 "series"



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Tx Jim

06-13-2019 03:14:06




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 Re: need help ID my 2 row JD cultivator in reply to marlin54, 06-12-2019 17:27:19  
Model 200



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Leroy

06-12-2019 21:39:04




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 Re: need help ID my 2 row JD cultivator in reply to marlin54, 06-12-2019 17:27:19  
The cultivator itself will fit the others but the quick-tach will not, just for the B you have to a later B ste side mounts are a different length and for the 50 they again are a different length. Then the A is a wider frame than the B so cross pieces have to be different length.



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marlin54

06-13-2019 05:54:22




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 Re: need help ID my 2 row JD cultivator in reply to Leroy, 06-12-2019 21:39:04  
I have a 41 b and they cane with the tractor,,,and were supposed to be for this tractor according to the person who I bought them from.......also if really needed..the side pins can be drilled in the right spot or fabricated to fit I think...as for as width..not much can be done ..I agree....I wrote down model 200 when I bought it ...so I glad someone here stated that its a model 200...thanks for the info...

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Leroy

06-13-2019 08:12:00




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 Re: need help ID my 2 row JD cultivator in reply to marlin54, 06-13-2019 05:54:22  
They were probably bought for that tractor when cultivator was bought as that cultivator is newer than the 41 B. The qiuck tatch was not yet made at that time and you had to the cultivators for it you lifted and pulled each side into position and bolted them on. The newer B required longer side pieces. and the 50-520 required longer yet. I had one that came off of a pressed steel frame B on a 46 B frame like yours and it sat 2" farther forward on the front mount. I later used the pressed steel frame mounts on a 49 B with pressed steel frame. I later got a 4 row from a 530 and had to use the mounts from the pressed steel frame tractor for the 4 row unit

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