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    Picked this cyclone seeder up on tuesday for 5 bucks. Tested or last night and it seems to work fine.
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    If it's cheap ... its probably going to cost a big stack of green in parts.
    Our herd:
    1974 Deere 140 H3
    1986 Deere 316
    1970 Deere 140 H3 patio yellow

    1986 Deere 330 Diesel
    Cub cadet 1250, 1450
    1987 Deere 214
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    Many mower decks
    Several snow blades
    #50, Very clean BT #80, work #80 carts
    lots of wheel weights
    All brinly; Very nice KK-200(?) planter, cc-500 cultivator, plows (7x), DD-1200 disk
    IH #2&4 cart
    Pincor 4500 watt generator
    JD 542 front PTO

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    Last week I picked up this Brinly CC-1000 Cultivator for $25. I spent the next day after classes sand blasting it and then painting it. Decals have been ordered and this is the final piece to complete my Brinly 3 point collection (Plow, rear blade, disk, and now cultivator).

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    My Current Herd:
    1982 John Deere 317 H3 Kohler Magnum 18 and 400 Power Steering with "Chest Freezer" 47 Snowblower, Cozy Cab and 3 Point Hitch
    1982 John Deere 214 Hydraulic Lift with 31 Tiller

    1975 Cub Cadet 85


    Brinly 3 Point Attachment Collection:
    PP-1200 12" Moldboard Plow
    BB-1000 Reversible 5' Rear Blade
    DD-1000 Tandem Disk Harrow
    CC-1000 Spring Shank Cultivator

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    Ryan, do you know what the difference is between a cultivator like what you have and a disk attachment? I mean I know they both loosen the dirt but not exactly sure when it’s best to use one or the other.
    Running:
    ‘73 140 H1, ‘75 214, ‘79 JD 317 Onan P218G, JD F935, 19xx Wheel Horse D250 550 Arc FEL ARPS Box blade

    Not Running:
    ‘69 JD 140 H3, ‘75 JD 300, ‘79 JD 317 Kohler KT17QS II, ‘83 JD 420, late ‘80’s JD 316, ‘90 JD 316,

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    2x 300 series 3PH, Johnson Workhorse 12, Gannon Earthcavator 32”, 2x JD 54” 4way blade, 2x JD 33 Tiller + 8" Extension, JD 38” Brass tag mower deck, JD 48” mower deck, JD #30 Hydro Tiller, Disks, Plow, ARPS Angling Backblade

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    Quote Originally Posted by DownNdirt View Post
    Picked this cyclone seeder up on tuesday for 5 bucks. Tested or last night and it seems to work fine.
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    That’ll come in handy saving some back braking work.
    Running:
    ‘73 140 H1, ‘75 214, ‘79 JD 317 Onan P218G, JD F935, 19xx Wheel Horse D250 550 Arc FEL ARPS Box blade

    Not Running:
    ‘69 JD 140 H3, ‘75 JD 300, ‘79 JD 317 Kohler KT17QS II, ‘83 JD 420, late ‘80’s JD 316, ‘90 JD 316,

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    2x 300 series 3PH, Johnson Workhorse 12, Gannon Earthcavator 32”, 2x JD 54” 4way blade, 2x JD 33 Tiller + 8" Extension, JD 38” Brass tag mower deck, JD 48” mower deck, JD #30 Hydro Tiller, Disks, Plow, ARPS Angling Backblade

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    N2, A cultivator is primarily used for weeding. Teeth are adjusted to go between the rows of plants. A disc is primarily used to break up furrows after plowing. They both can have other uses, but I listed what I've known to be primary uses. Bob
    '80 317 w/18hp B&S and divert valve for rear hydraulics, 3 pt hitch, 5' york rake
    '82 314 w/rear PTO for tiller
    33 tiller
    49 thrower
    54 4 way blade
    Mod 48 deck & Mod 462 TracVac

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    Oh ok that makes sense. Thank you
    Running:
    ‘73 140 H1, ‘75 214, ‘79 JD 317 Onan P218G, JD F935, 19xx Wheel Horse D250 550 Arc FEL ARPS Box blade

    Not Running:
    ‘69 JD 140 H3, ‘75 JD 300, ‘79 JD 317 Kohler KT17QS II, ‘83 JD 420, late ‘80’s JD 316, ‘90 JD 316,

    Attachments:
    2x 300 series 3PH, Johnson Workhorse 12, Gannon Earthcavator 32”, 2x JD 54” 4way blade, 2x JD 33 Tiller + 8" Extension, JD 38” Brass tag mower deck, JD 48” mower deck, JD #30 Hydro Tiller, Disks, Plow, ARPS Angling Backblade

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    Picked up another hydraulic lift 212, it's pretty rusty, it has both the 2 blade 38" deck and the 3 blade deck. Also has a tiller with the mule drive, tines near worn out and a front blade with most of the manual angle kit. Must have sat in a wet location all the belts are stuck in the pulleys. $300 it also has a good seat. Man said PO said it lost spark and JD fed the guy a load of crap about the cost to fix, so he parked it.

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    Nice Ryan! Congrats on completing the set. Looks good. What kind of paint/color did you use? I'm still looking for a blade. Found one listed as a jd, but it was an arps?

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    Alecapone I used Rustoleum Almond color paint in a rattle can. I'm not sure if that is a perfect match for the original Brinly white, but I think it looks good. The first picture is how I got the blade, and the second is the group photo after paint. I found mine just listed as a plain Cat 0 rear blade and to this day it is the only Brinly 3 point blade I have seen for sale let alone seen anyone else with one in person. I will have to retake the picture to match the orginal brochure in Spring when I can get the disk repainted.

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    My Current Herd:
    1982 John Deere 317 H3 Kohler Magnum 18 and 400 Power Steering with "Chest Freezer" 47 Snowblower, Cozy Cab and 3 Point Hitch
    1982 John Deere 214 Hydraulic Lift with 31 Tiller

    1975 Cub Cadet 85


    Brinly 3 Point Attachment Collection:
    PP-1200 12" Moldboard Plow
    BB-1000 Reversible 5' Rear Blade
    DD-1000 Tandem Disk Harrow
    CC-1000 Spring Shank Cultivator

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    Picked up a super clean 49 snowblower to replace my worn out one. Got lucky and found it less than an hour from my house. Pulled the chain cover off tonight and from the looks of the teeth on the sprockets it must be a low hour blower. Needs some cleaning up and it will be ready for duty. Good thing cause its snowing here! Anyone have a way to trace serial numbers to find out when it was made?

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