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#31 nglauer OFFLINE  

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Posted November 27, 2013 - 11:45 PM

There are a few odd pieces back there - one is a disk looking attachment - the disk is on a long rod and it has a triangular looking mount on the other end. You can see it in some of the pictures with the red tube frame tiller... I assume it's to mark another row? But I have no clue - so take some shots at telling me what it is lol.. cause I have no idea :)

 

heck.. might as well share a few more lol...


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Posted November 28, 2013 - 06:11 AM

There are a few odd pieces back there - one is a disk looking attachment - the disk is on a long rod and it has a triangular looking mount on the other end. You can see it in some of the pictures with the red tube frame tiller... I assume it's to mark another row? But I have no clue - so take some shots at telling me what it is lol.. cause I have no idea :)

 

 

When you pull it out take more photos of it I cant tell what it is right now.



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Posted November 28, 2013 - 02:39 PM

There are a few odd pieces back there - one is a disk looking attachment - the disk is on a long rod and it has a triangular looking mount on the other end. You can see it in some of the pictures with the red tube frame tiller... I assume it's to mark another row? But I have no clue - so take some shots at telling me what it is lol.. cause I have no idea :)

 
That does appear to be a row marker, for a planter.  It could be for just about anything.
 
It's not for the Brinly planters though as they were totally different:

http://www.stevencha...6_Planter.shtml

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Posted November 28, 2013 - 02:51 PM

Boy that is an early pp 1200 Brinly ok got a little drool here



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Posted November 29, 2013 - 08:14 PM

Curious - what makes the early PP-1200 so desirable compared to later models? 



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Posted April 20, 2015 - 11:59 PM

I'm always slow getting around to things... but I did dig out these two attachments the other day. Dad said the one plow was used for sweet potatoes. Any idea if it's some pap made, or an actual attachment made by a company?

 

Thanks!

Nick

 

P.S. also found more Bolens literature, will try to scan and post it to another thread I started. 

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Posted April 21, 2015 - 07:27 AM

What program does it take to open those photos? All I can get is a 2" white square with a spilling wheel that don't know how to stop!


OK. I was the Facebook transfer that screwed it up.

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Posted April 21, 2015 - 07:44 AM

There are a few odd pieces back there - one is a disk looking attachment - the disk is on a long rod and it has a triangular looking mount on the other end. You can see it in some of the pictures with the red tube frame tiller... I assume it's to mark another row? But I have no clue - so take some shots at telling me what it is lol.. cause I have no idea :)


I think that red tube triangular looking item is a 3 point boom attachment. Very hand for any lifting out of reach type items. I have on that mounts on the bucket of my large IH 400 tractor & loader. Kind of like a cherry picker.

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Posted April 22, 2015 - 03:21 PM

I think that red tube triangular looking item is a 3 point boom attachment. Very hand for any lifting out of reach type items. I have on that mounts on the bucket of my large IH 400 tractor & loader. Kind of like a cherry picker.

 

The red boom attachment is part of the post hole digger. I imagine you could use the mount as a boom as well though. It's pretty heavy duty. I may try and test it out in the next few months. I'm in the process of gathering supplies to fence in a section for livestock - I would much rather use this to dig the holes than my regular old post hole diggers lol.



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Posted April 22, 2015 - 05:00 PM

The potato plow looks to be home made.  It might be Ohio Steel, but I'm pretty sure it's Pap Built.

The Cultivators, the three point assembly is a retrofit but the rest is a Brinley Cultivator set.


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Posted April 23, 2015 - 10:07 PM

I broke out the disk set today. I plowed everything last week and thought I would attempt to prep it a little more before the next round of rain hits. It didn't look to wet... until I got into the middle of it lol. Luckily it all cleaned up quite well. I washed my disk set off really well and oiled everything.. so she'll be good to go on the next trip. 

 

 

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Posted April 23, 2015 - 10:14 PM

The potato plow looks to be home made.  It might be Ohio Steel, but I'm pretty sure it's Pap Built.

The Cultivators, the three point assembly is a retrofit but the rest is a Brinley Cultivator set.

 

I know pap retrofit the cultivators to work on the large frames, but used them on the tube frames before. Oddly - and the pictures don't show it - but I swear they look as if they were painted gold. It's hard to tell with all the rust/dust on them though. Suppose it could have been painted to match a demonstrator tractor at one point in time? I know they had a few over the years at Dye's tractor sales - per dad. 

 

I thought about paying around with the potato plow once it dries up outside... after my experience with the disk today.. I think i'll give it another week or two before I dig out anymore implements lol. That HT20 sure knows how to throw the mud...I didn't even realize until I got in the house that I had a hug chunk stuck to the top of my hat! lol


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Posted April 23, 2015 - 10:23 PM

Boy, you can really tell which ones are the "before"
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Posted April 24, 2015 - 06:06 AM

Yea... it has mud where mud doesn't belong lol.. luckily there is a really shallow flat bottomed stream behind my barn. I just drove back to it and ran a few passes with the disk through it to knock off all the big mud. Then to the garage to finish cleaning her.
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