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Re: Merry Christmas-swather pics

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12-24-2012 13:55:54

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That was not a good machine compared to the other makes on the market back in those days. BIL wore out one; the last I saw it was in the bone yard out behind a rock pile in the pasture.

I'm sure there are quite a few of those in the trees or junk yards in ND as they were a relatively short-lived machine. Check around and make a few contacts; someone will have that spring that you need.

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12-24-2012 16:08:18

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 Re: Merry Christmas-swather pics in reply to Dick2, 12-24-2012 13:55:54  
I can't think of any first generation swather that was good when those came out except maybe the Vesatile 103. They were all light duty and broke down easy.

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12-25-2012 04:59:40

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 Re: Merry Christmas-swather pics in reply to GreenEnvy, 12-24-2012 16:08:18  
Nephew has two Veratile swathers, but I don't know the models.

Brother has a Case that had the air-cooled engine replaced with a Case water cooled engine - which improved the swather a lot. Swathers are not used by many farmers in ND now, so he hasn't found a buyer for the Case SP swather or his larger JD pull-type swather - they are both still in the machine shed.

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