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Co op (national farm machinery) implements

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TylerDurden

11-22-2020 03:56:48




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I recently stumbled on a co op running gear in overall good shape that Im going to restore, and now its got me wondering what other co op implements are out there. Is there any good sources for info on co op implements? I did some searching on google and didnt find much.




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cskent

11-24-2020 07:04:06




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 Re: Co op (national farm machinery) implements in reply to TylerDurden, 11-22-2020 03:56:48  
It might be a electric wheel company running gear, if it has the wheels with the built in hump where a hub cap would be that is a sure indicator. I have a plow and sickle mower both cockshutt rebadged co-op. Electric wheel co built lots of running gears for several main line companies.



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55 50 Ron

11-24-2020 06:28:38




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 Re: Co op (national farm machinery) implements in reply to TylerDurden, 11-22-2020 03:56:48  
The Farmers Union Central Exchange (FU) headquartered in St Paul, MN was (I think) a distributor for them. The FU had stores all over the upper Midwest, mainly supplying diesel fuel, gasoline and various lubricants, but also had tractors and implements. Dad had a CO-OP tractor PTO mower with a lift which was a rope around a drum driven by the PTO. Neighbor I worked for had a SP-112 combine which seemed like a good machine.

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wolfman

11-22-2020 18:54:12




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 Re: Co op (national farm machinery) implements in reply to TylerDurden, 11-22-2020 03:56:48  
I have a National 4-bottom 3-pt hitch plow. Same company?



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greenenvy

11-22-2020 11:07:22




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 Re: Co op (national farm machinery) implements in reply to TylerDurden, 11-22-2020 03:56:48  
I know were there is a real Co-op combine just like in this brochure. They are rebadged Cockshutt combines just like the tractors.



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c.amick

11-22-2020 17:51:05




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 Re: Co op (national farm machinery) implements in reply to greenenvy, 11-22-2020 11:07:22  
My dad's buddy has a pull type Co-op corn picker. It is left handed.



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denny k

11-22-2020 11:57:24




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 Re: Co op (national farm machinery) implements in reply to greenenvy, 11-22-2020 11:07:22  
That combine is a SP-112. I hauled a lot of grain from the field to the farm from 1 of them. We also had an almost identical Cockshutt. Tin on the Co-op was painted galvanized and the Cockshutt was ungalvanized painted.



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denny k

11-22-2020 12:01:40




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 Re: Co op (national farm machinery) implements in reply to denny k, 11-22-2020 11:57:24  
When they advertised cleaner grain they weren't kidding. I hauled a lot of grain to the local elevators and it tested as low as 0.2 to 0.5 dockage usually. Long grain pan and long straw walkers worked well.



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Mike(NEOhio)

11-22-2020 06:45:27




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 Re: Co op (national farm machinery) implements in reply to TylerDurden, 11-22-2020 03:56:48  
I have two E3s. an E4 and an E15A sickle mower. Neighbor used to have a COOP side delivery rake.



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leroy in ne

11-22-2020 06:16:23




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 Re: Co op (national farm machinery) implements in reply to TylerDurden, 11-22-2020 03:56:48  
I have an E-3 tractor-1948 plus 2 parts tractors. A 112B 2-14 plow and parts plow and a sickle mower plus parts mower. Also know of a one way disc plow close by and dad had a Blackhawk lister and mounted cultivator when I was a kid.



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J. Schwiebert

11-22-2020 06:12:34




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 Re: Co op (national farm machinery) implements in reply to TylerDurden, 11-22-2020 03:56:48  
Probably the most common one around here was the Black Hawk corn planter. Look up Bellevue Ohio That was their headquarters.



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FastFarmall

11-23-2020 03:41:08




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 Re: Co op (national farm machinery) implements in reply to J. Schwiebert, 11-22-2020 06:12:34  
I bought a two row planter, with out a seat,i know it was made for a tractor, it sat for about 50 years, in a dirt floor building,dust had entered the seed cans about 1.5 thick, and around the packers wheels about 3 inches, but it didn't rust anything,just took the cans off and the dirt came out everything was good, the local Ins guy, seen it sitting in my yard, for yard art,bought it, and plants his dear plot with it! The markers were intact,i oiled em and they worked. A guy from Ohio had a owners manual for it,[two sheets of paper] how do u like that for longevity ??

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FarmallB

11-22-2020 05:22:17




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 Re: Co op (national farm machinery) implements in reply to TylerDurden, 11-22-2020 03:56:48  
They did sell a couple different tractors in times past



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Tractormiallis

11-22-2020 17:30:13




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 Re: Co op (national farm machinery) implements in reply to FarmallB, 11-22-2020 05:22:17  
Have a Co-OP cultipacker.



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