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These photos show a cultivator I bought at a yard sale in Yreka, California. I do not know the make and model number of it. I would like to replace the two outer tines as they are worn down but so far I have not found any replacements.

The tangs are thin and are held down by a single bar making adjusting a bit difficult. I remember using a larger five-tine version with thumb-screws holding down the individual tines, so that when you needed only one of them to get between narrowly spaced plants, you could do so. The tangs were also larger. I would like to buy that one with some spare tines. I would appreciate any help.

Cultivator

John Ruckman, via email: williamruckman@hotmail.com

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10/19/2014 10:18:32 PM

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