It's about time, Sears Planter

MH81

Tractorologist
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For some reason, Sears planters aren't very plentiful in this area. Other attachments come and go, but not planters.
A couple of years ago, I got tired of looking and found a walk behind seeder that I could take apart. It was almost identical to the three-point and I made a bolt-on bracket instead of drilling holes and welding to the original frame

Yesterday, I managed to find an original planter. (Insert mental image of overweight guy doing the Snoopy dance)

It seems to be in great shape, but without plates. I'll use the plates for my other one and I will be all good to go.
I'll find or make a seed bin cover, those always got thrown out
 

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4getgto

Tractorologist
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Pretty cool . What are you going to plant with it...providing you have the right plates for it.?
 

Propane1

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(Insert mental image of overweight guy doing the Snoopy dance) with some sort of mask on. :oops:


Hehe. I can sorta picture that.


Noel
 
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