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Bailey

Mystery Cultivator ... update

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Bailey
Picked this up recently and can't figure out what I've got. I've looked it over and there is not a single mark of any kind, number, letter, shape, nothing to identify it by. Anyone have a clue?





The three holes in an arch look like there was some adjustment in depth at some point, I think...... Can't quite sort out what was goin on there.


It's stupid heavy and should do a good job, but I'd like to figure out what it is, or at least how it was originally set up. If anyone has any ideas, toss 'em out here! Thanks Update ..... Just ran into this thing on ebay ...claims it goes to a '64 landlord. Looks like it shares some parts with mine, but put together very differently. Somehow this doesn't look right to me either ....


OK .... and this is apparently the real deal .... anyone have one of these and can load some better pictures? I'd really like to see what the original intent was ..... Thanks


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Homesteader
it might have been from an economy tractor. they used what they had to build the implements and just the way its built looks like the way some of the attachments and brakets look like for my economy.

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Chris727
Parts of it might be Simplicity but I don't think the entire unit is. The squard tubing on the tongue is fairly unusual. Looks like a homemade copy of the Simplicity cultivator.

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