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Number: 172/194
Name: Earth working > Diverse tools > First tool with spaced trailing sweep > Sweep adjustable
Description: Apparatus in which the working position of the sweep can be selectively adjusted with respect to the earth working element.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7198428 Comminution machine Apr. 3, 2007
5787991 Adjustable angle ridger for a cultivator Aug. 4, 1998
5649601 Plow assembly with floating wing sweep Jul. 22, 1997
5398770 Cultivator Mar. 21, 1995
5390745 Cultivator with sweep and sifting assemblies Feb. 21, 1995
5361848 Agricultural cultivator Nov. 8, 1994
4585074 Ridge forming apparatus Apr. 29, 1986
4560011 Cultivator row unit with ridger/bedder implement Dec. 24, 1985
4015667 Cotton stalk and root shredder with re-bedder Apr. 5, 1977











 
 
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