Lantz Kutter Kolters were made as an aftermarket item meant to improve moldobard plow function. They were avaialble to retrofit on nearly any moldboard plow. The Heyday of the Lantz company was in the early 1940's into the 1950's. The two-blade coulter design reduced the amount of trash left ontop of the ground behind a plow (leaving a trash-free field behind plowing was considered ideal by plowmen of the era). The two-blade design also helped in reducing problems with plugging due to too much residue because the coulter was fixed and sharply cut anything it encountered.
New 13" shallow concavity blade for Lantz Kutter Kolters and Lantz model "B" colters. $25 each
17" Fluted blades for Lantz Kutter Kolter $35 each
New Roller Bearings are available at any auto parts store.
Be careful with those original grease seals. They're unique and were made especially for Lantz; not avaialble anywhere today. Simply reuse and repack with grease; they'll last a long time this way.
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