Coulter For Turning Plow Needed

Wed May 12, 2004 10:26 am

I just bought a cub one-way turning plow from Russ Leggitt. 8) It has the depth control lever, but no coulter. I don't know much about these but, if it makes any difference, this plow doesn't require a one point hitch, just a drawbar. Does anyone have a extra, usuable coulter they would be willing to part with :?:

Wed May 12, 2004 7:17 pm

I got one from JP some time back. They probably have more.

Wed May 12, 2004 8:31 pm

I checked when I called in some parts for Missy, they are out.

Wed May 12, 2004 10:30 pm

TM Tractor has 3 on the web site. Seems a little high priced, but I'm not sure of the going rate. I've plowed without it and it does OK, don't think Rudi had one on his either.(see his slideshow)

Thu May 13, 2004 9:12 am

I did see those on TM. The coulters are listed for right beam....I thought these might be for the two-way plows. Will they work on the plow I have :?:

Thu May 13, 2004 10:46 am

Right beam colter on a two way is the same as the one way.

Thu May 13, 2004 11:41 am

Thanks, Jim.

I see where two of the three coulters that were available are now "sale pending". Obviously, $50.00 + shipping is not too much, according to those buyers. :o That is about as much as I paid for the plow :!:

I'll wait for a better price. :roll:

Thu May 13, 2004 11:44 am

Obviously the plow was too cheap. If it will make you feel better, you can send me $50 and consider it part of the plow cost.

Thu May 13, 2004 9:01 pm


Yup, there certainly is a coulter on my 193. My 189 has 2, one for each beam.

Guys, don't forget David and his Dad. I think he has some coulters hanging around. Go to Chown Tractor Parts, or email . They ship to the States daily...


Just another avenue to consider and the shipping stateside is cheap.

Course, now I would like to find a jointer :idea:

Fri May 14, 2004 11:04 am

I saw it on slide #10, pardon moi. And for goodness sakes, get your paw-in-law a RED cap. Sorta looks like one of them green and yellow varieties he's wearing! :D :D :D

Fri May 14, 2004 12:30 pm


Nah, it ain't one of them thar green/yellow things. It is a Kent hat, something like Home Depot. We usually wear the Kent ones while we are doing dirty work like in the bush or something.

I am wearing a Ray's Cranes hat - :roll: gotta support the BIL :lol:

We save our red hats for Sunday go to meetin and stuff like that. Unfortunately his is a Massey hat :(

I am debating whether or not to add some more pics. Plowed the next section but hit a soft spot :oops: :oops: Duane took pics :oops: :oops: kind of embarassing :shock: :roll:

Fri May 14, 2004 1:23 pm

Rudi, you may laugh about saving your red hat for Sunday go to meetin', but my neighbor across the street had a death in the family. I noticed that when he left for the services today he had his "dress" ball cap on.

Fri May 14, 2004 5:49 pm

:roll: :roll: While shopping for Mother's day last week, my oldest daughter drug me into one of those trendy teen/young adult clothing stores for some bonus shopping. Plastered all over the place was a line of John Deere clothing. :shock: What tha hey!!! Not one RED item. I say we buy the Farmall name and start a line ourselves!!