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horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines

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kermit vetter

03-04-2012 19:40:17
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Does anyone know where I can find some used teeth or tines for an old horse drawn hay rake?




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Old Iron

03-08-2012 17:31:14
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to kermit vetter, 03-04-2012 19:40:17  
Here are a couple of picture of the junked horse drawn dump rake I have.

Let me know if the tines look the same as your's.




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kermit vetter

03-08-2012 18:25:58
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to Old Iron, 03-08-2012 17:31:14  
yes, they are exactly like mine. What are you asking for about six (6) of them.

You may e-mail me at kleine39kermit@att.net or call me at 830-609-2278



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dave2

03-08-2012 00:43:25
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to fordhead1983, 03-04-2012 19:40:17  
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may be a better deal (???).... Kermit, go to the USPS postage calculator and get the postage from my zip (09226) to yours for the weight you figured (check the large package box). If you wanna pay that shipping price, let me know. Will be much cheaper to ship from Kansas... Here if you need me.

Dave



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kermit vetter

03-09-2012 08:57:57
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to dave2, 03-08-2012 00:43:25  
You might be right. The ones shown in the picture from Kansas are exactly like the ones I have. Also some are available in Ohio for 6.00 each plus shipping but don't know if they are exactly like mine which really doesn't matter and the shipping might be more from Ohio. I checked out UPS and a 20lb shipment via UPS ground would be 21.40. So thanks for your help.



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Old Iron

03-08-2012 00:32:49
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to kermit vetter, 03-04-2012 19:40:17  
I've got an old junked dump rake that still has some tines on it.

If Dave doesn't have what you need, I probably do.

I'm located in Kansas.



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dave2

03-08-2012 00:10:11
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to 4020guy, 03-04-2012 19:40:17  
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I am in Germany but have a US Military forces address which is based in the NJ area and postage is figured to/from there.

I'll check.



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dave2

03-06-2012 20:24:35
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to Tx Jim, 03-04-2012 19:40:17  
These don't mount fast with a bolt in each one... They'll either have an L shape (or T) on the end. The strip if steel in the pic is unbolted and raised up to lift the tine out/lay in a replacement. Have to run across the guy and double check if he wants to let it go. I have to use the post office, you don't wanna pay UPS from Germany......

Shoot me an email if you want me to follow up.

Dave

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kermit vetter

03-07-2012 17:49:57
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to dave2, 03-06-2012 20:24:35  
What do you mean from Germany? I thought they were in New Jersey,USA or is Germany the town in New Jersey? I see what y ou mean about the bolt thing. The ones that I have, have a "L" on the end where they mount.
Yes I"d like you to follow up.
Kermit



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dave2

03-06-2012 11:12:47
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to kermit vetter, 03-04-2012 19:40:17  
This doesn't sound like what you are talking about (???).....





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kermit vetter

03-06-2012 19:21:03
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to dave2, 03-06-2012 11:12:47  
Dave, this just about what I'm looking for. These teeth don't have the spring loop at the end where they mount but for what I want to use them for, They don't need the loop. If your neighbor wants to junk this rake, I would like to have about six of the teeth. Is the offer still good for just the shipping? They can be taped or bundled together or put in a long flat box. I think UPS will take them just wrapped in tape or plastic wrapping. They charge by the weight and 6 won't weight that much. I don't think they weigh a pound a piece. Let me know.
Thanks

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Leroy

03-07-2012 09:21:10
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to kermit vetter, 03-06-2012 19:21:03  
check that weight figure again.



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Leroy

03-06-2012 14:59:18
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to dave2, 03-06-2012 11:12:47  
I would say it is the same thing only a different brand-make.



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dave2

03-06-2012 06:19:30
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to Nebraska Cowman, 03-04-2012 19:40:17  
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davnull@yahoo.com

We may be talking about two different things here... Shoot me a mail so I have something to reply to and I'll get a couple pics. Nice day today and the rest of the week so I'll try soon.



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dave2

03-05-2012 09:33:03
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to buickanddeere, 03-04-2012 19:40:17  
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If you don't find anything else, I have one setting in the woods next to one of our pastures. Guy is gonna junk it. send pics of how they mount and I'll look. You'd just have to pay the postage which would be figured from the Newark, NJ area. Where are you located?

You can email me from modern view.

Dave



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kermit vetter

03-05-2012 19:13:51
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to dave2, 03-05-2012 09:33:03  
Thanks Dave, The rake teeth or tines as some call them are mounted onto angle iron (I think) I don't have a dump rake to send a picture. By looking at some pictures of the rakes on EBAY and the teeth/tines I have I want to think there is a 90 degree bent where a clamp fits over it and bolts down to fasten tine. Then there is a loop in the tine which makes it like a spring. Then the tine has a long curve towards the bottom end which catches the hay and then is dumped. I don't mind paying the UPS charge to sh ip them. I'D like about six of them. They could be bundled together with tape for sh ipping.
I'm located in New Braunfels, Texas zip 78132. Its near San Antonio. The rake should have a dozen or more of the tines. e-mail me to let me know what you have and the estimated shipping charge. Or call me at 830-609-2278.

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Agman101

03-05-2012 06:57:56
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to kermit vetter, 03-04-2012 19:40:17  
I've got som from a IH(?)(red) horse drawn rake I am currently dismantling.they are wound spring type bolt through with a wire retaining clip. email me and I'll get a picture back to you. Lucky weather turned colder, was due to be to the scrap yard



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kermit vetter

03-06-2012 19:07:44
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to Agman101, 03-05-2012 06:57:56  
Can you send me a picture of what you have?



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kermit vetter

03-06-2012 19:03:10
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to Agman101, 03-05-2012 06:57:56  
Is the rake a horse drawn DUMP Rake. Does it have a number of teeth that bolt on at one end and make a long curve downward. Some have loop near the end that is bolted on or under a metal clamp like thing that has a bolt thru it to fasten it.
Send me a picture of what you have. The rake is about 10 ft wide and has about a dozen of these teeth across it.
Thanks.



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Leroy

03-05-2012 09:48:42
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to Agman101, 03-05-2012 06:57:56  
Sounds like you have a side dlivery rake - tedder and not a dump rake, on the dump rake the teeth themselves will be 4-5 ft long and 3/8" round rod. If what you have is the side rake - tedder then I might be interested in some parts as I rebuild those old rakes for the Amish for a living. Have opened my email.



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kermit vetter

03-05-2012 08:07:24
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to Agman101, 03-05-2012 06:57:56  
Thanks for the reply. I guess they call it an old horse drawn dump hay rake. It has a long curved tine with a loop on one end and an ell type end that a mounting clamp fits over with a bolt to hold it in place. A lot of people use these to make pot holders for flowers etc.



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Leroy

03-05-2012 05:47:17
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to kermit vetter, 03-04-2012 19:40:17  
Are you talking about a dump rake or a side dlivery type of rake? Do you know the make or model? If a side delivery type how many bars? does the real run into reverse for tedding? Are the teeth slid over the bar or just bolted on? I do not know of used but I am sure that I could get new teeth for you. A have a sorse that can make any spring tooth if they would have an old one to use as a pattern if it was not already a stock tooth. That is on a side rake and I don't know about a dump rake tooth due to size.

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kermit vetter

03-05-2012 08:02:08
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to Leroy, 03-05-2012 05:47:17  
I talking about an old horse drawn dump rake. It has many tines that mount on one end by the spring loop with a clamp & bolt, then makes a long curve to form the hook if you will.



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DeltaRed

03-04-2012 20:03:34
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to kermit vetter, 03-04-2012 19:40:17  
It would help to know the make/modle.Some modern teeth may fit.A pic will help.



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kermit vetter

03-05-2012 07:58:24
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 Re: horse drawn hay rake teeth/tines in reply to DeltaRed, 03-04-2012 20:03:34  
I am talking about a horse drawn dump rake that has a muliple # of teeth that mout on one end by a clamp & bolt, have one loop there and then the long curved tooth/tine. This not a side delivery rake.



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