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    Default Anybody know any details in these implements?

    I inherited these from my Grandpa when he passed away along with several others. Just wondering if anyone knows about them. Who made them and when. I think they are at least from the 70's or earlier.

    This blade is used and my grandpa had done some welding on it. He told me years ago he sold it but my dad found it behind the house in the brush while cleaning.


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    And this rear scoop my grandpa used in the early 70's to dig a pond with a 25 horse kubota tractor before he purchased a ford 3000.


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    I also ended up with a drag, middle buster, two row middle buster, graham plow, disc harrow, and a three row bottom plow that my tractor (Mahindra 3616) won't even pull I'm sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scarhead26 View Post
    I inherited these from my Grandpa when he passed away along with several others. Just wondering if anyone knows about them. Who made them and when. I think they are at least from the 70's or earlier.

    This blade is used and my grandpa had done some welding on it. He told me years ago he sold it but my dad found it behind the house in the brush while cleaning.

    <img src="http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=299883"/>

    And this rear scoop my grandpa used in the early 70's to dig a pond with a 25 horse kubota tractor before he purchased a ford 3000.

    <img src="http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=299884"/>

    I also ended up with a drag, middle buster, two row middle buster, graham plow, disc harrow, and a three row bottom plow that my tractor (Mahindra 3616) won't even pull I'm sure.
    One's a rear adjustable blade. The other is a three point rear scraper used for cleaning livestock pens. Probably made for Ford tractors. The blade was probably made by a short-line implement manufacturer. It looks like it's easily adjustable and well made.

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    Very easy to adjust and I haven't greased it or anything since I got it a year ago. It has done many miles this year on my half a mile long driveway. Thanks man. I wondered who might a have made them!

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