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Re: Binder update.

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Richard Hare

10-06-2012 05:23:17
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Hi Dick2,

It seems that these McCormick -Deering binders had a type 'D" (for Deering) or a type 'M' (McCormick)binding attachment, and the type 'D' had the twine box up front.
I thought for a start this was just in Canada, but when I got a manual from IH, this is how it shows it.

Re. Twine;
I purchased mine from NYP Corporation, and although it was in smaller balls than originally, (5 lbs per ball) it was lovely stuff and very high quality.
I thought getting good twine might be hard, but this stuff is all you could ask for.
Living up in Canada made shipping expensive. (Got a bale of 10 balls) but I only used a couple of balls so will last a while.

Best,
R.
BTW,
Here is a pic. of the crop it cut, if it comes out this time!!

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RayP(MI)

10-06-2012 07:00:12
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 Re: Binder update. in reply to Richard Hare, 10-06-2012 05:23:17  
NICE JOB!!

As far as the twine, you can find binder twine if you check enough farm supply outlets. Last summer, we just hung a 5 gallon bucket off the back of the binder, used 1600 baler twine. One of my friends pays an Amish to rewind 1600 baler twine into smaller balls. Seems like extra work to me.

We raise a field of oats to take to our local steam show for thrashing. Now pretty experienced with binder operation......

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Leroy

10-06-2012 17:17:26
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 Re: Binder update. in reply to RayP(MI), 10-06-2012 07:00:12  
Remember being up there in northern Alberta, Canada it would be a lot different to find things than it is in Michigan. And the reason I got him the bearings is I could handle things to get through customs where the Amish man that made the bearings did not have the ability to do that.



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Richard Hare

10-07-2012 05:45:03
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 Re: Binder update. in reply to Leroy, 10-06-2012 17:17:26  
Thanks again for getting me the parts, Leroy.
Hope all is well with you!



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