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#1 Dane in PA OFFLINE  

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Posted November 06, 2012 - 09:10 PM

I picked this up as partial payment for my old Speedex. Guy said he got it for $22 at an auction so he paid the difference and we traded evenly, as I paid $75 for the Speedex. I have no idea what it was from, and would like to know as I want to eventually get a bigger Brinly Disc to go with my JD 140 H3. It fits on a JD Integral hitch with some to spare on the bottom.

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Posted November 06, 2012 - 09:55 PM

That appears to be a Simplicity 2 wheeler disc.
Posted Image 12" DISC HARROWS. For preparing seed beds, deep cultivating and hilling. Gangs reversible to throw in and throw out. Leveling adjustment provided. Use with all Simplicity tractors. Counter and wheel weights recommended.
Specifications: 8 or 6 discs. 12" high carbon steel discs. Bearings: oiled. hard maple. Tool bar: 36" Shipping weights: 8 weights -- 64 lbs; 6 weights -- 55 lbs.
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Posted November 06, 2012 - 10:06 PM

I believe thats it. Anyone know what their worth?

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Posted November 07, 2012 - 01:27 AM

not simplicity, they all used a wooden block for bearing and clamps that held the gangs to the main bar. The bar on this one has bolt holes and the hitching part is all wrong. There are 4 or 5 tractor brands that used the C shaped hitch. Looks like it had some type of saddle loop at the rear to lift the gang up by the handles of the tractor. Seems well built.

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Posted November 07, 2012 - 06:48 AM

Okay. I'll have to look into it more. I was thinking DB, because of the blue paint, but I'm not sure.




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