International Cultivator Shank w/ Spring & Footpeice ~ Versatile
International Cultivator Shank with Foot Piece can be used with our Wunderbar Module with Row Crop Sweeps, Furrowers or Chisel Points.
A Multi Use #IHShank Tool
Also Fits Farmall International 100, 130, 140, Cub and Super A models.
Note: The International Cultivator Shank is not intended for chisel plowing or primary tillage.
The spring has a nut on top where you can increase or decrease the tension of the kickback load in the event you hit a rock or a root. This International Cultivator Shank is able to have from 4″ up to 30″ sweeps used on it
The Part# IH Shank is intended only for titivated soil. The customer can adjust the bolt on the back. You can adjust this to flatten the angle that the sweeps run and not put as much pressure on the spring. You can also tighten the spring down.
#IHShank International Cultivator Shank Dimensions:
- 20″ high
- 1-3/16″ rod shaft width
- 5-1/2″ spring (1-5/8 inches in diameter)
This cultivator shank is made to fit International Harvester as well as the Wunderbar Module. The IH Shank fits Farmall International 100, 130, 140, Cub and Super A models. The spring has a nut on top where you can increase or decrease the tension of the kickback load in case you hit a rock or a root.
Pictured above is the International Cultivator Shank with our #R22Wood Round Shank Clamp with 3 Bolt Holes. (Not Included) and a Buffalo Row Crop Sweep (Not Included). Please Email Us should you wish to special order the Buffalo Sweep with the 55° stem.
At checkout, you may order the Hardware Pack to facilitate securing Buffalo Sweeps, Furrowers, Row Crop Sweeps, and Chisel Points to the IH Shank.
Check out our (3) Different Furrowers
Or our Row Crop Sweeps
Or our Chisel Points to add to your IH Shank!
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