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 05-17-2009, 13:14 Post: 162793
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I'm sure this question has come up before, but I can't seem to find any threads on it...

I have a Wade box scraper and I need replacement scarifiers. It uses 3/4" X 2-1/2" X 16" BACK NOTCH type scarifiers. All I can find are the center hole type. Anybody know where to get the back notch type?






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 05-17-2009, 15:04 Post: 162795
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try ASC tractor supply "sub soiler points"






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 05-17-2009, 15:31 Post: 162796
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Anybody know where to get the back notch type?

Interesting, I've never seen a back notch. The ones at AgriSupply are either center hole or front notch.

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 05-17-2009, 19:17 Post: 162799
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Interesting, I've never seen a back notch. The ones at AgriSupply are either center hole or front notch. //greg//



Yup... that's what I've found too. But sure enough, the Wade box uses back notch scarifiers. Found a manufacturer, just can't find a supplier. Click the link.

Jazak5, ASC has the center hole type.






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 05-18-2009, 04:35 Post: 162807
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 Box Scraper Replacement Scarifiers/Rippers

Take the replacement to a weld shop and have new back notches cut in them. It no big deal.

Heck bring them to me I cut for no charge.

If the front notch irrates you weld full and grind off excess.

I have a couple of teeth (on my scraper) notched on both sides with no problems.






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 05-18-2009, 16:17 Post: 162819
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Just a quick update. The following suppliers offer the shanks I'm looking for:
General Implemement for $47.99 each, plus feight.
http://www.generalimp.com/nlines/products.php
Darrell Harp Enterprises for 31.37 each, plus freight.
http://www.darrellharpenterprises.com/
Modern Ag Products for 23.92 each, plus freight.
www.modernusa.com

Maybe this will help someone else out who's looking for scarifier shanks.






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 05-18-2009, 16:35 Post: 162820
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Damn, that's getting pretty close to highway robbery. Those holed and notched scarifiers I mentioned above only range between $10 and $16.50 each and that includes tips

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 05-18-2009, 17:10 Post: 162821
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Damn, that's getting pretty close to highway robbery. Those holed and notched scarifiers I mentioned above only range between $10 and $16.50 each and that includes tips//greg//



Stimulus at work?






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 05-18-2009, 17:56 Post: 162822
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Stimulus at work?



Well, we all know that hyperinflation is on its way due to the spending habits of the current crop of elected brainless wonders.






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 05-18-2009, 21:05 Post: 162823
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I think I can explain it:

General Implemement buys them from...
Darrell Harp Enterprises who buys them from...
Modern Ag Products buys who them from...
China...


I worked for a manufacturer of convertible top systems.
We bought a cast stainless steel top latch (one of two required) for $14 and sold it to one department of GM for $28. By the time it was sold at the dealership to the Customer it sold for over $400. Uh-oh! more fodder for the Big-3 haters!






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