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Posted November 18, 2013 - 02:06 PM

I was curious... where could I find an early brochure or manual for some attachments?

 

I don't know the exact models - but i do know the plow is a PP-1200. I believe the Disk, Cultivator, Tool Bar, and Potato plow are all Brinly as well - and probably from the exact same period. I wasn't sure if they had one large catalog for these or not. All attachments are 3pt hookups too. 

 

Thanks,

Nick

 

ps I did find a brochure on here - but it has the newer style plow and disk pictured. Any help is greatly appreciated. I plan on digging out quite a few of these attachments and getting them moved to a better location for clean up and restoration this summer. 


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Posted November 18, 2013 - 02:34 PM

Nick I have the parts book for the plow and some of the other ones. If you have the model numbers you need send me your email and I will send them to you.


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Posted November 18, 2013 - 05:13 PM

If Bob doesn't have what you need, Kenny "Littledeere" will have. He has about every brochure that Brinly ever printed!!


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Posted November 18, 2013 - 07:29 PM

I was curious... where could I find an early brochure or manual for some attachments?

 

I don't know the exact models - but i do know the plow is a PP-1200. I believe the Disk, Cultivator, Tool Bar, and Potato plow are all Brinly as well - and probably from the exact same period. I wasn't sure if they had one large catalog for these or not. All attachments are 3pt hookups too. 

 

Thanks,

Nick

 

ps I did find a brochure on here - but it has the newer style plow and disk pictured. Any help is greatly appreciated. I plan on digging out quite a few of these attachments and getting them moved to a better location for clean up and restoration this summer. 

Is your plow the strait beam plow , some pics would be great if you have any


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Posted November 18, 2013 - 09:57 PM

If Bob doesn't have what you need, Kenny "Littledeere" will have. He has about every brochure that Brinly ever printed!!

And I wish I had that many but I add too them win I can


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Posted November 18, 2013 - 10:03 PM

And I wish I had that many but I add too them win I can

 

Kenny, Don't forget I've seen your 3 ring binders full of the stuff. :wave:


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Posted November 19, 2013 - 07:31 AM

Here's a couple I found quick. Might look thru the universal attachments sections of the manuals

http://gardentractor...ments-jan-1967/
http://gardentractor...ardy-equipment/
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Posted November 19, 2013 - 11:18 AM

I know it is the earlier model Cat 0 plow and disk. I believe it is a PP-1200. As far as I know all the parts for it are there..

 

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I'm not sure what model the Disk is - 

 

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The cultivator is really hard to see - it is completely buried along with the potato plow

 

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Here are a few other items that are buried in the barn - 1369005_10202333373600321_1157473977_n.j

 

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Potato Plow - Not sure if this is a home made thing - or an actual Brinly type attachment. I will be digging everything out in the near future to clean up and paint. 

 

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Large Frame snow plow

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Everything looks worse than what it really is. It's all covered in deteriorated foam - wood shavings - and whatever else was chewed up in the loft.  I believe a lot of it is from the old drop in ceiling tiles that were stacked in the loft.. apparently some type of bugs chewed them up lol. I think the 850 and 900 could run with a little work. The 1050 I grew up mowing on - it threw a rod. It is missing a few parts. Also - the 850 has fiberglass rear fenders with storage under the seat. 

 

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The cultivator and stuff is hard to see, so I will try and get them digged out sometime and get clear shots. The cultivator does have a 3pt hook up. 

 

Thanks again!

 

Nick


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Posted November 19, 2013 - 11:35 AM

I'm guessing the cultivator is a CC-500 - and it looks like it's turned backwards with a 3pt hook up added to it. It's painted gold - almost the same color as the frame on the 900 bolens... but there isn't a sleeve hitch anywhere that I have found.

 

The Plow looks identical to the PP-1200 but it doesn't have the Gauge Wheel on it, however I believe it's in the barn.. as I do remember us using it in the past.

 

The Tandem Disk Harrow is the DD-1000

 

Potato Plow - no clue. Must be homemade?

 

Any idea what any of these would be worth? I don't really plan on selling them - but would like to clean and repaint them this summer. I will be using the plow and disk along with the rototiller on my HT23 this summer. Anyone know if decals are available?

 

Thanks again,

Nick


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Posted November 19, 2013 - 12:52 PM

I can hear about a thousand people starting to drool over those pics :rolling:
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Posted November 19, 2013 - 01:11 PM

i see all your tractors are tube frames but you have a large frame snow blower, dozer blade and 3pt attachments but they never made a 3pt for tube frames... that's a nice looking disc you got, also the cultivator looks like a sleeve hitch


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Posted November 19, 2013 - 01:11 PM

ooops I didn't see the post about the ht23


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Posted November 19, 2013 - 02:50 PM

This was my grandfathers stuff - the large frame attachments were all purchased with his first Large Frame - I believe it was a 14hp large frame. He then upgraded to an HT20 some time down the road - here is a picture of it.

 

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I own an HT23 - but I am in the process of purchasing the estate and all of the contents of the barn, house, shop and garage. It is packed full of items. There are two brinly dump carts, two pull behind lawn sweeps, two garden carts (one is a newer disposable one though). I will make sure to get some better pictures as I clean up the barn. I am currently hauling as much old junk/scrap out as possible so that I can park the IH 504 and Cub Loboy 154 and attachments in the barn. 

 

Here are a few pics of the 504 

 

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It's really dirty - but it's on the "clean up and paint" list... I have lots of those projects scheduled for the summer lol. Thanksfully pap had plenty of paint and primer stock piled and ready to go for the IH, Utility Trailer, brush hog, and blade. 

 

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I will make sure to post up more as I have time - hopefully we'll be closed on the estate before the end of December.. then I can get started on moving stuff around. 

 

Thanks,

Nick


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Posted November 20, 2013 - 09:39 PM

I can hear about a thousand people starting to drool over those pics :rolling:

Yep and I'm one of them, that's a early disc I would love to get my hands on that to add to my stuff and I bet the plow will be a early strait beam if they were bought at the same time.

 

Please keep me in mind if you think of selling those

 

And there are manuals here for that disc and the early plow I uploaded them sometime ago


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Posted November 22, 2013 - 12:30 AM

It is the the early straight beam - and I actually found the original manuals for them yesterday. I believe the pricing was written down in the back as well, but I can't remember. I've found quite a few things so far, as my grandpa seemed to keep everything... I even found one of the original dealership books that had pricing on some of the tube frames and attachments. It also had some service bulletins etc. listed in it (my great grandparents owned a Ford tractor/Bolens dealership). I'm excited to see what else turns up over the next few months of moving/cleaning. 

 

As for selling... I doubt I part ways with any of the 3pt attachments. I may possibly sell some tube frame stuff along with some Farmall C stuff that I found in the barn.. but i'm in no hurry. My main focus is hauling all the old junk off and cleaning the property up. 

 

Thanks again!

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