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Does this look like an Oliver disk???? it has DH6863 stamped in the drawbar and every where there is a part number cast in to the parts they start with DH.
 

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Yup, That is what she be. Oliver was the only one to manufacture a disk with the long bolt that is in the center at the rear. That one looks to be in purtty good shape. A lot of them I see had the rear bold wore half into.
 

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Any Idea as to what model? or what years these were made? Stamped on the draw bar is the # DH 6863. It has 1 disk that is broken, I am assuming that they were 16" disk to start with as they measure about 14 1/2" now
 

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I do not know anything about the model s or there numbers. Dad had two disks like it back in the 50's. I just spent my spring's and Fall's making sure they were at work. We pulled onr 8 footer with a spring tooth benind with a 77 and some times a packer between the disk and springtooth, the other 8 footer with a 66 and some times a packer behind the disk.
 

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Dick, Found out it is about a 1941 model PA7 which stands for power angled.
 
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