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Can anyone help identify this old timer? I can't find any manufacturer's marks on it.
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Jim
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Never seen one like that, and is a neat looking disc. Welcome to ATF!
 

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Thanks, Jim in NC! It belonged to my dad. I'll keep trying to ID it. Kinda' fun digging through history!
 

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Like Jim I've never seen one even remotely like it, but it's a really cool unique piece.
If an answer doesn't come from here, when you find it, if you could let us know it would be appreciated.
Where in the world is it located? There were a lot of regional manufacturers that have long past closed their doors.
It looks to me that it started as a horse drawn implement.
Where the operator could quickly and easily adjust the discs to his teams pull.
 

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Big Dave - We dragged it out of the brush while cleaning out around my dad's barn near Canandaigua, NY. It's still in Central New York, now in Virgil, where I hope to utilize it in my hopyard.
I will definitely post any progress I make tracking down its history. Thanks for reaching out.
 
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