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My name is David. I am a new member from Texas. My dad owns a 1951 farmall cub tractor. He has the planter for it, but his seeder/hopper has gone missing. I am looking to replace it. It is a duplex planter does anyone know where I can find one.
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Welcome David!
This is a great site to find all kinds of info on old iron + meet new friends.
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My name is David. I am a new member from Texas. My dad owns a 1951 farmall cub tractor. He has the planter for it, but his seeder/hopper has gone missing. I am looking to replace it. It is a duplex planter does anyone know where I can find one.
If you need JUST the two sided (corn/peas)hopper, I may can help you. Can you get a picture of what you DO have, and I can see what I may have laying around.
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Welcome! You have are on a great site and it is very habbit forming also. So pase your self. HA HA! What part of texas sre you at? Ray Ethredge lives in texas and is a great frend of mine. Look him up, great guy! Enjoy!!
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Thanks Kevin. That would be great the first chance I get I will go home to see him and get a picture. That sounds like the one corn/peas do you have a picture of it?
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Southeast and I now live in Houston.
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