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Cultivator In Construction
i am wanting to fit a crumbler bar to the back of my fold up
cultivator but i need help, how can i fit it on and how do i
do it
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another view
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Did you try the plastic card ? You can find every sized
pieces than you need. Just cut it with scissors, you can
also use it with aceton (careful !) to make a kind of
plasticin which you can work as you want..

:-P
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whats the plastic card???? :-[
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It is simply a sheet of plastic very used in the scale
models (You can find some very good things in model shops,
looking in the military 1/35 equipment !) For instance, if
you look at my som 40 photo, you will see that the tools
comes straight from a military 1/35e box ! You can also
begin to use metal scaled bars, you will find a wide range
of usefull things in train or planes shops, but you have to
train to weld, or you can just glue it with superglue 3.

All the best,

David

PS : tu es de quelle région ?

;-)
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Hey deere 6320
is that a CAT crawler tractor in the back of that photo?
Do you have some pictures of it?
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i'm making a front hitch cultivator looks a bit like that
one :-P
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Isn't that the Britains foldable cultivator model ??
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yes it is a britians fold up cultivator,
no, it is a John Deere 430 crawler, not cat

you will have to send me some photos of the front cultivator
when you have finished it.
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Sorry I have written my last words in French ; Where do you
live ?
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i come from the uk and i am wanting to know if anybody makes
or sells ploughs, 9 or 11 furrow which they have converted
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Two high grade manufacturers of 1/32 ploughs :

http://www.rwmt-reisinger.de/

and

http://www.diehlmodelltraktoren.de/

;-)
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and they are verry cheap to!! :-P :-D

http://members.lycos.nl/mperdaems
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Dear Mathieu,

Do you have other adresses ?

If yes, I'm very interested, as I want to find a 12 schar
plough or a Solitair seeder for my STX.

I'm also looking for a detailed grain kart for my 8400, and,
in a general prupose, all nice detailed pieces.

All the best,
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i like this 7 furrow with press, who makes this one. i saw
this pic on one of the sites you gave me,

i would be glad for some info on this model because it is
such a great model
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that one is from Diehl,

price would be around 150 euro's if it isn't more!!

this is my only adress; http://members.lycos.nl/mperdaems

im now working on; jd 6820 three wheeler, front cultivator
from lemken and more...
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you are right. it is a model from wolfgang diehl. he lives
in wohra, hessen, germany, wwww.agrarmodelle.de. but 150
euros shouldn´t be enough ;-)

By the way, that´s my JD 8400 with a modified (doubled)
Britains cultivator

Olli
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Hi Motor71,

that is a great cultivator conversion and a good tractor, so
what is that in punds
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so, any body got any more info on the 7 furrow plough which
could help me
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