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Fasthitch Rotary Hoe Questions

Postby michael » Sun Aug 07, 2016 5:47 pm

I recently bought the rare IH Fasthitch Rotary Hoe implement
I have a few questions
1) What is the Model #
2) Has anyone ever seen a Manuel for this piece
3) Did IH ever change the Rotary disc style and main frame from the original model
Mine and the only other one I ever seen have a different rotary disc style and main frame from the pic I saw from cub Fasthitch booklet
The hitch part is the same

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Re: Fasthitch Rotary Hoe Questions

Postby rjfcsa » Sat Aug 13, 2016 6:07 pm

michael wrote:I recently bought the rare IH Fasthitch Rotary Hoe implement
I have a few questions
1) What is the Model #
2) Has anyone ever seen a Manuel for this piece
3) Did IH ever change the Rotary disc style and main frame from the original model
Mine and the only other one I ever seen have a different rotary disc style and main frame from the pic I saw from cub Fasthitch booklet
The hitch part is the same


Hello,
I seen your post a couple of days ago and meant to get you some of the info I had but been rather busy of late, anyway....
Yes indeed they are very rare.
The model is called the, Cub-F11 Rotary Hoe
I will post some pics of our manual one or two out of a brochure and here is a link to the cub site parts book that shows this hoe.

http://www.farmallcub.com/[ Sorry, direct links to manual section is not allowed. ]/downloa ... %20OCR.pdf

To my knowledge they only made the cast wheel type, and the one style of frame, your point could have been ordered later and someone made one out of a different make/model after IH quite manufacturing them. The part book lists them as being made 1955 to 1957 I have a price list dated 1958 and they still had them for sale, they are listed as a NO. 11, but I have a 1960 list and they are no longer in it. Oh and new in 58 they were $118.00.
I will also post one pic of my sisters Rotary hoe, and this is what they should look like. I need to take better pictures of all out implements.
My 2 cents, :hattip:
Russel Foster
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rotary man 6 - Copy.jpg
rotary man 3 - Copy.jpg
rotary man 2 - Copy.jpg
rotary man 1 - Copy.jpg

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Re: Fasthitch Rotary Hoe Questions

Postby rjfcsa » Sat Aug 13, 2016 6:12 pm

Here are some pics from a Rotary hoe brochure.
Russel Foster.
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Rotaryhoes FH 2-4 - Copy.jpg
Rotaryhoes FH 2-3 - Copy.jpg
Rotaryhoes FH 2-2 - Copy.jpg
Rotaryhoes FH 2-1 - Copy.jpg

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Re: Fasthitch Rotary Hoe Questions

Postby michael » Thu Aug 18, 2016 2:49 pm

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Below is a pic of my rotary hoe. That I know of, there are 2 in North Carolina. What is the difference between this one & the one referenced in manual? Notice the rotary discs & the frame are different than what is referenced in manual.

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Re: Fasthitch Rotary Hoe Questions

Postby Don McCombs » Thu Aug 18, 2016 5:24 pm

This is only a guess, but I think yours was adapted for use on a single point Fast Hitch. Note that there are two unused holes on the Fast Hitch point/arm assembly. Then compare that to the other implement photos in this thread. Also, there are unused holes on each end of the hoe frame itself. As I said, just a guess.
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