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Kewanee Grain Auger

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01-21-2012 14:40:12

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I just bought a 8x56 Kewanee grain auger. From what I can tell they were owned by Allied Products for a while as part of their agricultural division along with Bush Hog, New Idea, and White Farm Tractors. But they just seemed to have disappeared. Is there a way to get parts for their augers or any of their other equipment that they produced? If so, where would that be? I am really just interested in possibly getting some of the missing saftey shields.

thanks for the help!

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01-22-2012 20:03:27

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 Re: Kewanee Grain Auger in reply to mross, 01-21-2012 14:40:12  
You are pretty much on your own. Bush Hog still carried some Kewanee parts until they were bought out by Alamo a couple years ago. Now you are down to donor machines and makin' your own.

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R Aiken

01-22-2012 08:24:20

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 Re: Kewanee Grain Auger in reply to mross, 01-21-2012 14:40:12  
I have a big Kewanee, that I an going to part out, might have two of them. in Ohio

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01-22-2012 07:59:43

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 Re: Kewanee Grain Auger in reply to mross, 01-21-2012 14:40:12  
I too understood they were brought out by Brush Hog. Thats were I would start. Maybe somebody like your local heating and cooling shop or somebody good with sheet metal can make them for you. I just had some spindles made up at a machine shop for a wagon gear that I could no longer get parts for. They were pretty reasonable on the price too. Just a thought.

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01-21-2012 15:47:38

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 Re: Kewanee Grain Auger in reply to mross, 01-21-2012 14:40:12  
My local dealer claimed Bush Hog bought out Kewanee, thats just what he told me, true or not, I don't know. I had a kewanee 1100 disc for several years and always got parts from my local dealer because they had a Bush Hog dealership. I never had any trouble getting disc parts but that was a couple years ago when I sold it.

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