Recent find- McCormick 100 manure spreader

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Recent find- McCormick 100 manure spreader

Postby cebja123 » Tue Jun 14, 2022 7:16 pm

Hello all!
Hoping you can help me with my recent find
I believe it is a McCormick 100 spreader

Does anyone know where to find a serial number to tell me the year made? And where to decode the number?

Not sure how to post a photo

Would appreciate the help

Thanks...

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Re: Recent find- McCormick 100 manure spreader

Postby Bob McCarty » Tue Jun 14, 2022 8:12 pm

I'm not aware that there were ever SN's on the manure spreaders.
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Re: Recent find- McCormick 100 manure spreader

Postby cebja123 » Tue Jun 14, 2022 9:10 pm

I guess I just assumed it would. Trying to figure out year and best place to get a few parts. Doesn't need much. Thanks for the help

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Re: Recent find- McCormick 100 manure spreader

Postby Bob McCarty » Tue Jun 14, 2022 10:39 pm

Place a "wanted ad" in the Vine subforum which is the classified section.
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Re: Recent find- McCormick 100 manure spreader

Postby cebja123 » Wed Jun 15, 2022 12:11 pm

Curious? You suggest I put up a wanted ad for help figuring out year???

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Re: Recent find- McCormick 100 manure spreader

Postby Dale Finch » Wed Jun 15, 2022 12:13 pm

I believe Bob meant to put an ad in the VINE (classifieds) for any PARTS you find that you need.
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Re: Recent find- McCormick 100 manure spreader

Postby Jim Becker » Wed Jun 15, 2022 12:14 pm

cebja123 wrote:Curious? You suggest I put up a wanted ad for help figuring out year???

As Dale jumped in front of me with, no. He is suggesting a want ad for the parts you need. For the most part, the year will have no bearing on which parts fit.

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Re: Recent find- McCormick 100 manure spreader

Postby cebja123 » Wed Jun 15, 2022 12:21 pm

The parts I need are generic parts I just wanted to know if it is a McCormick 100 and info about history and ect....

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Re: Recent find- McCormick 100 manure spreader

Postby ScottyD'sdad » Thu Jun 16, 2022 6:39 am

Posting a picture or two, would help you get the answer.
(from a guy who doesn't post pictures)
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Re: Recent find- McCormick 100 manure spreader

Postby JoeB » Fri Jun 17, 2022 9:41 pm

This is from a manual, if it looks exactly like this, then it is a 100. If yours looks longer/bigger but similar styling, it could be a 200. Linkage from front to back is different between 100 and 200 also.

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Re: Recent find- McCormick 100 manure spreader

Postby cebja123 » Mon Jun 20, 2022 7:20 am

Yes that is what it looks like. Did get it working. Thanks
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Re: Recent find- McCormick 100 manure spreader

Postby Stanton » Mon Jun 20, 2022 8:25 am

Looks like you've mastered attaching a photo, but I'll give you this info anyway.

It's best to have the pictures you want to upload already reduced in size before trying to post them. They need to be no bigger than 500kb. There are photo resizing apps available; I use "Image Size" which works well. On a desktop computer, I'll use Paint. Click on the Resize button, switch to Pixels and set the Horizontal value to 1000. Save image either to replace your original or under a different name to save both. Can also select multiple photos by right clicking to attach them to an email to send, then when the pop-up screen asks how big, choose medium. Then copy and paste those newly sized pics back into your directory.
I'll describe the process using an iPhone, but it should (hopefully) be similar on your iPad:

  1. Open the page on the Forum where you will create the post.
  2. Write whatever description or text in the main "Topic Review" box.
  3. Next, go down below the text box and you'll see two tabs: "Options" and "Attachments"; select "Attachments".
  4. Click on the "Add Files" button and an iPhone menu (at least on my phone) comes up from the bottom of the screen with 3 options:
    1. "Take Photo or Video"
    2. "Photo Library"
    3. "Browse"
  5. Select, say, "Photo Library", since you should have already resized the image and it's on your iPad. Your iPad should direct you to your photo library where you can search and select the resized picture you want. Select one.
  6. Once the forum size requirements are met for that photo, an extended box will show up below the "Add Files" button. It will list your photo's file name, 2 buttons ("Place inline" and "Delete file"), and a "File comment:" box. If you type a brief description in the "File comment" box, it will show up in your post directly underneath your photo in italicized font. If you want a description or caption associated with the picture, then use this feature, otherwise, you can describe the photo in the main body of your post. If I recall, you may attach up to 6 photos in this manner, one at a time.
  7. Once you have attached all the photos, you have a choice to either place them in-line (intermittent among your text in the post) or just leave all the photos to come up at the end of your text. If you have multiple pictures to post, they will be lodged below the main screen in reverse order. For example, if you have 3 pictures and want them to show up in the order you uploaded them, the first pic will be at the very bottom of the list. So, you'd just select that one first ("Place inline" button), then the next one up and so on. Remember, if you choose to leave them at the bottom and not place them in-line, they will appear in reverse order of how they were uploaded.

Hope this helps. Let us know if you want further explanation.
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Re: Recent find- McCormick 100 manure spreader

Postby Stanton » Mon Jun 20, 2022 9:02 am

There is a McCormick-Deering No. 100 Tractor Manure Spreader manual available in the manuals section. Go to:
  1. "Cub Info" (located in ribbon across top of screen).
  2. Scroll down and click on "Rudi's Manuals (Mirror Site NOT COMPLETE)".
  3. Second column, you'll find "Cub Implement Manuals".
  4. Second column, 4th and 5th from the bottom you'll see two manuals for the No. 100 spreader.

My restore threads can be found if you do a search for "McCormick 100 Manure Spreader" back in 2013.
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Re: Recent find- McCormick 100 manure spreader

Postby cebja123 » Mon Jun 20, 2022 9:24 am

Thanks so much for info about pictures. Took me a couple tries. It is a neat little thing.
And thanks for the manual info.
I have never seen one like this before I found it in a farmer's field. Pulling it with my Ferguson TO35.
Thanks

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Re: Recent find- McCormick 100 manure spreader

Postby BullDAWG » Mon Jun 20, 2022 10:55 am

I like the IH 100 & 200 more than anyone elses as they have those extra chopping cutters above the spreader beater bar. I really want the 200 wet spreader as it can spread semi wet/not pure liquid, but really wet manures. Neighbors chicken manure is dry but when I get manure for others it can sometimes be really sloppy
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