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New Idea Pull Type Corn Picker Parts

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elcidalum99

02-02-2011 10:26:31
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Anyone know of a good source for parts? Specifically those for a 324 gathering unit, a 314 sheller, and a 327 husking bed?




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big orange

02-02-2011 17:10:39
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 Re: New Idea Pull Type Corn Picker Parts in reply to elcidalum99, 02-02-2011 10:26:31  
Link to the corn picker forum

http://www.activeboard.com/forum.spark?aBID=107032&subForumID=352795&p=2



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elcidalum99

02-02-2011 13:56:30
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 Re: New Idea Pull Type Corn Picker Parts in reply to elcidalum99, 02-02-2011 10:26:31  
Thanks for the info. I am going through a "middle man" to get mine and was trying to find a direct source to save some $.



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DoubleR

02-02-2011 11:33:14
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 Re: New Idea Pull Type Corn Picker Parts in reply to elcidalum99, 02-02-2011 10:26:31  
I still can get some parts from the New Idea dealer in my area for my 323. Although all parts are not available and when they are they are not cheap.



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charlie M

02-02-2011 11:28:01
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 Re: New Idea Pull Type Corn Picker Parts in reply to elcidalum99, 02-02-2011 10:26:31  
Agco has some parts still available. I bought the rubber fingers fom my 323 a couple of years ago from them. I don't now how complete their parts are for the older machines.



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James22

02-02-2011 11:16:58
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 Re: New Idea Pull Type Corn Picker Parts in reply to elcidalum99, 02-02-2011 10:26:31  
Google "corn picker forum". A couple of years ago someone posted that some company located in the east, I believe in Penn., handles/makes new parts and sells new NI pickers I've got it written down somewhere.



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Larry from MD

02-02-2011 12:13:55
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 Re: New Idea Pull Type Corn Picker Parts in reply to James22, 02-02-2011 11:16:58  
Stitzel farm eq. WWW.stitzelfarm.com or 610 562 8377.



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Adirondack case guy

02-02-2011 15:34:14
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 Re: New Idea Pull Type Corn Picker Parts in reply to Larry from MD, 02-02-2011 12:13:55  
Stitzel is an opertunist. He ownes substancial farm land here in Otsego Co. NY. At this point he has accepted land sale deals with buyers who have defaulted, within the last two years. The deposits that he collected are rumored to be close to $ 1 million, non refundable, Far more than he paid 15 years ago for the properties. He also leased the buildings and property to some aspiring young dairy farmers, who could not make a go if it. At the moment, the barns and farmsteads he owns are going down the tubes, but he is far ahead of the game and if the buildings continue to demise, the less local taxes he has to pay. I can't and woun't call him a crook, but he's done nothing for our local economy!

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Tim(nj)

02-02-2011 12:36:44
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 Re: New Idea Pull Type Corn Picker Parts in reply to Larry from MD, 02-02-2011 12:13:55  
Don't bother with him. He doesn't sell parts and no longer has any of those 'new' pickers that were rusting up on the lot for 20 years.
This is the place that makes and rebuilds New Idea picker parts.
Country Machinery
609 Musser School Road
Leola, PA 17540
717-656-9733



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James22

02-02-2011 13:29:07
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 Re: New Idea Pull Type Corn Picker Parts in reply to Tim(nj), 02-02-2011 12:36:44  
It appears like I can discard that bit of info on "new pickers". Care to report any details?



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Tim(nj)

02-02-2011 19:32:38
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 Re: New Idea Pull Type Corn Picker Parts in reply to James22, 02-02-2011 13:29:07  
Stitzel's had a bunch of never-used pickers on the lot through the '90s up until 2009 when the last 323 went. They all came from dealer liquidations back in the 80s when A-C, White, New Idea etc were going down the drain before AGCO picked up the pieces. Problem was, they sat outside for all that time and I'm sure there was deterioration of the rubber rollers and fingers, as well as elevator paddles, chains and bearings.
I never heard of anybody making new pickers in Pennsylvania. Country Machinery has taken some beater 323 and 325 pickers completely apart and rebuilt them to 'like-new' condtion. They make or rebuild all the parts to do an overhaul.

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