Help! ID'ing implement parts for my '41 A

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Help! ID'ing implement parts for my '41 A

Postby Capnball » Tue Aug 05, 2014 4:56 pm

I've been poking around in some of the sheds and weed patches on the farm, and I've found a few parts I know belong to an A cultivator set :{_}: , and a few I'm not sure about. Quite a few have traces of red paint (not that that means anything), and a couple have what looks more like Allis-Chalmers paint. Then again, I'm partially color-blind, so I thought I'd get some other opinions. :wink: There's an old AC sitting on the creek bank... Anyhow, was hoping y'all could help me ID these parts, tell me what's missing, and what doesn't belong to my A. Hoping some of the parts I think are for the A aren't for a SA... I have numbered the items at the top of most pictures for reference.

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#2:
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#3:
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#4:
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#5:
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#6:
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#7:
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#8:
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#9: Plow Coulter, standard broken and welded.
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#10: Oliver blade on this one.
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#11:Different style, A-C(?) paint.
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#12:
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#13:
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#14:
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#15: Planter or fertilizer part?
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#16: Don't think this is anything, but want to be sure.
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Re: Help! ID'ing implement parts for my '41 A

Postby havoc1482 » Tue Aug 05, 2014 5:26 pm

#5 is a manual lift..

Definitely cultivators, I can't tell you the names of each part, but I can tell you that this many pieces of cultivator setup.
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Re: Help! ID'ing implement parts for my '41 A

Postby Capnball » Tue Aug 05, 2014 5:41 pm

havoc1482 wrote:#5 is a manual lift...

Figured it was, I've seen them in many pictures of A's, but what intrigues me is #7, the dual manual lift. I know it's not for a standard A cultivator set, but for some reason I think it may go to the A. Probably not, but it just seems like it should.
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Re: Help! ID'ing implement parts for my '41 A

Postby Jim Becker » Tue Aug 05, 2014 5:58 pm

1 - Rear tool bars for A cultivator, bolt in place of the drawbar.
2 - Rear rockshaft for the A plow, power lift (pneumatic lift).
3 - Don't know, could probably guess.
4 - Part of the front mounting frames for A cultivator.
5 - Lift link for the A cultivator rear rockshaft, power lift, connects 6 to 7.
6 - Rear rockshaft for A cultivator, power lift.
7 - Depth adjusting lever bundle for A cultivator, power lift.
8 - Shield type knife weeders, don't know the brand without doing some digging.
9 - Plow coulter, unsure of brand, could be from A plow.
10 - Spring trip, could be AC.
11 - Spring trip, probably AC.
12 - Spring trips, look a lot like some AC I have seen.
13 - Spring probably belongs on 7.
14 - Lift rods, A cultivator, connects 6 to 1.
15 - Top plate of a pneumatic lift cylinder.
16 - Spare tire rack from under some pickup truck.

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Re: Help! ID'ing implement parts for my '41 A

Postby Capnball » Tue Aug 05, 2014 6:16 pm

Mr. Becker, thanks a ton! Very definitive information! So, when you say some of these parts are for a power lift, would that be for a super A, or would they work with a pneumatic LiftAll? That's exciting that that one part is from the pneumatic lift. I had hoped to find the unit stashed somewhere and in better shape, BUT! Ever since finding out that my A was equipped with the pneumatic lift originally, I have been convinced that someday, somehow, I AM going to have a working exhaust lift on her again. This just fuels the fire! Back to digging for more parts in the shed, VERY soon!!!
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Re: Help! ID'ing implement parts for my '41 A

Postby Capnball » Tue Aug 05, 2014 9:10 pm

Jim Becker wrote:...power lift (pneumatic lift).


Guess I could have read that thoroughly! Man, am I slow on the uptake. You answered my last question already. So, looks like most of this set up is for use with the Lift-All. COOL! :D

I looked around and found some pix of A's set up with these very parts and pieces, with the Lift-All.
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Re: Help! ID'ing implement parts for my '41 A

Postby Capnball » Tue Aug 05, 2014 9:13 pm

Jim Becker, I was doing some digging on the 'net for Farmall exhaust lift info, and I think I remember your name being referenced as someone who has experience with these lifts. Have you restored one?
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Re: Help! ID'ing implement parts for my '41 A

Postby Jim Becker » Tue Aug 05, 2014 9:14 pm

In all cases, where I said power lift, I was referring to the pneumatic lift. None of your pictured parts are for a Super A.

(I see your new post, you figured it out.)

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Re: Help! ID'ing implement parts for my '41 A

Postby Jim Becker » Tue Aug 05, 2014 9:21 pm

I have brought pieces back together into working systems. (You still need a lot of pieces but you seem to be finding them.)

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Re: Help! ID'ing implement parts for my '41 A

Postby Capnball » Tue Aug 05, 2014 9:44 pm

Too bad you're in MN. :D
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Re: Help! ID'ing implement parts for my '41 A

Postby AL Farmall Boy » Fri Aug 08, 2014 4:03 pm

Not to change the subject but I thought you lived in TX, Jim?

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Re: Help! ID'ing implement parts for my '41 A

Postby Jim Becker » Fri Aug 08, 2014 5:10 pm

AL Farmall Boy wrote:Not to change the subject but I thought you lived in TX, Jim?

I did but I don't. I just finished moving to central Minnesota.


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