McCormick-Deering Double Run Feed Drill


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McCormick-Deering Double Run Feed Drill

DaveW My neighbor recently purchased this implement and asked me to post this. We don't know the model (not even sure where to look for a model #)but my question concerns the sowing tables which are located inside the hoppers. One table refers to seed and the other refers to fertilizer. The tables are illegible and we'd like to know if/how to get a copy if possible. Unfortunately the implement did not come with manuals. Could anyone help us with (1) where to look for the model # and (2) how to get copies of the sowing table/fertilizer table. Thanks.


Dave

sammy the RED
Sounds like a #M-F model. I have 2 of them. A very good drill.
DaveW :
: Sammy, if you have a manual, and assuming it lists the sowing table, would it be possible to get a copy of the sowing table?? Thanks.

DaveW

DaveW :
: Sounds like a #M-F model. I have 2 of them. A very good drill.


DaveW :
: Sounds like a #M-F model. I have 2 of them. A very good drill.


sammy the RED Yes I do and yes it does. Now, If I can find it......

DaveW :Sammy, thanks for the reply. Post when you if/when you locate your manual. Thanks. Dave

David Coleman : My neighbor recently purchased this implement and asked me to post this. We don't know the model (not even sure where to look for a model #)but my question concerns the sowing tables which are located inside the hoppers. One table refers to seed and the other refers to fertilizer. The tables are illegible and we'd like to know if/how to get a copy if possible. Unfortunately the implement did not come with manuals. Could anyone help us with (1) where to look for the model # and (2) how to get copies of the sowing table/fertilizer table. Thanks.

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: Dave

This is a "me too." I have an eight row drill that I just sand blasted and painted Alis Chalmers orange (sorry restorers). I have a legible fertilizer tin chart but nothing for seed, If someone can take a close-up photo of the seed chart and e-mail it to me, I would be in their debt. It looks like sammy the Red has what I need.



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