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Re: Looking for info on this A/C Sickle Mower

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Posted by Ric. Ks. on October 23, 2012 at 19:35:32 from (

In Reply to: Re: Looking for info on this A/C Sickle Mower posted by biggerred on October 22, 2012 at 04:36:21:

Reserected my old snap couple to mow crp for hay this fall did the job after many problems-- the twin wheel gear box wouldnt hold 90-180 so I went to senthetic grease. The four bolts that hold the bar to the gear box were broken or close to it when I started and let go two hours in. Belt broke shortly after getting started again and try finding one of those. Finaly after replacing a guard, swaping out the gear box with a spare (thank goodness I bought on a wim 25 years ago) and finding an old combine belt that fit somewhat close, tilting the bar back as far as would go and raising the shoes up 2 inches she did a great job. 75 ton of hay and one flat drive tire later it will be forgotten again until the next need. OH YA I almost forgot the fine thread bolt that attaches the sicle to the gear box sheering and the lift chain breaking. Great adventure. Glad I had the new sicle in the barn that AGCO charged me $165 for ten years back. Otherwise it may have taken more than the 2 weeks to GET ER DONE. !^)


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