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Re: Antique Harvest Days postponed...again

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10-28-2012 09:59:14

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harvestor guy, Is this the ensilage cutter you were looking for wheels for a while back? What did you do to fix the PTO u joint? Mine is twisted just like yours. Thanks, Roger

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10-28-2012 13:37:24

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 Re: Antique Harvest Days postponed...again in reply to JD8020, 10-28-2012 09:59:14  
Yup its the same one. Its ready to go. I broke a big sprocket cutting corns stalks with it but John Deere had 1 left in stock. As far as the drive shaft being twisted i think that i suppose to be like that. I have seen it on some of the #10 cornpickers to. I got rid of the twist and then figured that out, although it seems to run just fine with a square shaft in it. Did you ever get you ensialge cutter operational?

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10-31-2012 17:07:53

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 Re: Antique Harvest Days postponed...again in reply to john deere haverstor guy, 10-28-2012 13:37:24  
I almost had mine ready then discovered a couple of the boards that hold the bottom gathering sprockets were rotted-out. I have not done anything more to it. My wife was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Surgery was successful, but that took most all of my free time. So I have not done any more to the ensilage cutter. What did you use for wheels? Thanks, Roger

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10-31-2012 18:09:11

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 Re: Antique Harvest Days postponed...again in reply to JD8020, 10-31-2012 17:07:53  
I used threshing machine wheels. There 3 inches shorter and 2 inches short on the width to. But they look right. I can put it on rubber if i steal the tires rims and centers off my #21 picker.The 21 and elsilage cutters are brothers in that respect. They share the same wheels.

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