Borrowed a friend's IH seed drill, steel wheels, two wooden boxes, 11 rows and quite old. The manual gives details about two and three horse hitches but doesn't mention tractors. The deal is that I will make it workable in return for the use of it. It is actually in quite good shape for it's age but the flexible seed chutes are an issue. The older uncle that he inherited it from did not have a full set of chutes for it so I need to adapt some Cockshutt chutes and repair some of the IH chute tops. Does anyone have any helpful hints on how best to make a workable set? If parts were available I might spring for them since the owner is an old friend of mine or I might scrounge farm auctions this summer but for now I need a working seed drill that only has to last for 1 acre of use.