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I am looking for a single section to a spring tooth harrow. The posted picture are two hooked together with a seat. I want it to pull behind my ATV. Reasonably priced please.
 

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I'll keep my eyes open.

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Thanks Henry. I have an old one that is starting to fall apart. Maybe if I didn't use it to plow up my Ozark rocks it would last longer. I had a fella in Warsaw weld it back together but who knows when it will break again.
 

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That is a great idea. Shouldn't cost much if I ask the right farmer.
 

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Mailman, There is a guy in Versailles that sells used farm implements. He has all kinds of stuff. He will not bargain on his price at all though. I don't have his name or anything right now but if you want it post up and i will try to get it for you. Or u2u me.
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Mailman,
He is east of stover. At the paint store you would take a left and then go about a 1/2 mile. He is on the right, you can't miis him. I couldn't find his number but his name is Larry Edzard.
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Thanks Jason. I'm going down tomorrow to put some more corn in my feeder and check my game camera. I should have a few pics of some bald headed bucks hopefully. Maybe I'll trip over a shed on the way through the woods. I'll check out Mr. Edzards stuff. I paid $20 for mine @ 6 yrs ago.
 

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Thanks Jason for the info on the implement guy down at Stover. Turns out he is on N hiway about 1 mile to the north off of 52 hiway. That guy has 70 acres of old implements and a few old pickups scattered around. I saw an old International Scout that looked promising for a rebuilder. You were right Jason about him not coming down on the price. He took me down into the 70 acres and found me one that cost me $30. He has more if anyone else might need one. Pics to follow.
 

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I forgot to post this picture of the harrow with the tines in the up position. This way you can tow it like a sled anywhere you want on your place. Also makes it slide into the bed of a truck easy. I don't know why they still don't sell them just for towing behind riding mowers and ATV's. It will dig down to 5 or 6 inches if your machine has the horse power.
 

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Originally posted by Mailman
I forgot to post this picture of the harrow with the tines in the up position. This way you can tow it like a sled anywhere you want on your place. Also makes it slide into the bed of a truck easy. I don't know why they still don't sell them just for towing behind riding mowers and ATV's. It will dig down to 5 or 6 inches if your machine has the horse power.
I think originally it was used with a one hp powerplant:wave:
 
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Dang it..... Who says all we know here is hunting and BS......... Good info for sure........ You guys amaze me day after day..........:wink4::wink4::wink4::wink4:
 

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I am amazed also.. if you cant find it here.... you cant find it!
 

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Glad you found what you needed!
I use a springtooth about like that for my plots, about the same but about twice as big. It's one of the best cheap things for plotting. I used it to level the ground and bury the seed on larger seeds and it works like a charm. Can't beat it!
 
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