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rokon2813

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rokon2813
I figured this would be the easiest way to show John what all he got.. Its a Simplicity Model F with snowplow, nice original wheel weights and chains...

And a pile of parts and pieces....

And John, this is why I wanted you to have the complete cultivator and I'll play with the leftover parts. I played around with all the flat bar style parts, and I'll keep the round bar style. I have never seen this adjustable style, so I thought it should stay with the tractor. Notice the crank to adjust the height..... It might be a rare one....

No idea if its together right, on second look, maybe the wheels go to the front so you can cultivate out your own wheel tracks....and adjust cultivator depth too. There is only one hitch bracket and it is on your land plow.

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arnoldir
With the 3 speed gearbox it shure looks like my model V. As UCD posted the crank adjust cultivator is a standard walkbehind item. Most important peice in the pile is the hookup to the tractor, looks like you only got one and it's on the yellow plow. Have fun with all the bits, and good luck.

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thedaddycat
Dan, I think that's pretty much the same as the one for the foiur wheeled tractors except the crank is turned around so you can reach it from the seat. I would love to see some more details of how the crank attaches, I have most of one of them except for the adjustment linkage and top bar....

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dirtsaver
Dan, Maynards diagram and Kirks comments are right on tne mark. Dan the grank on my unit pins in holes in the frame in the position Maynard shows above. Kirk to switch it for a B series tractor just reverse the position(handle toward tractor) and pin it in the corresponding holes that are also pre-punched for it. If you need pics Let me know and I'll see if the camera will work.

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