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Re: what is this anyone have any idea? binder?

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10-10-2012 19:45:33

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I'ts an International binder. They used McCormick-Deering as a brand or model name from 1923 to 1947 according to one source I read. I got almost a twin to it tarped up in the top of my brother's barn. Your's is on steel bull "main" wheel with an "ED" binding attachment,mine has the "EM" binder and the Amish fellow I bought it from put the pneumatic wheels back on. Not a bad deal,he sure hadn't worn them out. Can be one sweet running machine,and I'm not a big International fan.

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Richard Hare

10-15-2012 06:32:53

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 Re: what is this anyone have any idea? binder? in reply to 43a, 10-10-2012 19:45:33  

I don't think this is an "ED" type.
"ED" stands for "Enclosed Gear, Deering binding attachment"
This one being marked Deering seems to have been made prior to the "McCormick Deering" marked machines. (1923 -'47)...and I don't see any enclosed gears.
Plus, on the McCormick-Deerings, they had gone onto a simpler plan for driving the reel.

I still say like in my last post, this is between 1902 and prior to 1923, possibly prior to 1908 as well.
We have two 'ED' machines, (In sad state!) and neither has pneumatic tyres, which it seems were brought out by IH with the PTO drive.


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