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Jason S.

10-04-2012 13:39:07

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I looked at that picture...that"s the same 3pt that a DEO25 uses....but yours is a DEO20 or it looks like it anyway from the cast spiders. Does your tag say Harry Ferguson or Massey Harris Ferguson at the bottom? The reason I"m asking is the parts manual I looked at for a DEO20 doesn"t show that 3pt anywhere. I"m wondering since yours was built after Harry sold to Massey Harris if they used that 3pt as they were phasing the DEO20 out in favor of the DEO25 which would go on to become the MF25 rake. I don"t know, it was just a thought I had, maybe someone who knows more will chime in, but it certainly is interesting. I like learning about various changes made to implements throughout their run.

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Jason S.

10-04-2012 15:22:24

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 Re: Jason S. in reply to Jason S., 10-04-2012 13:39:07  
Before I forget if you need the modern numbers for the bearings that are in the spider I have them. I"ve done been thru that. Massey lists the big bearing that goes on the spindle but it isn"t the right one. I busted the bearing trying to put it on....and the retaining rings that hold all of it in are Massey only. The ones that you buy at hardware stores are too thick to fit in the groove.

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