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Re: IH Picker

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Rich'sToys

11-12-2012 21:17:42
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Kevin, thanks for the info. Mine has the wagon hitch assembly--at least most of it. I'm not totally sure how it is supposed to work. I have an owners manual, but it is rather vague about that also.
Mine has all the chains, but they are VERY rusty. I did get several of them off and are soaking them in diesel fuel. The plan is to leave them soak throughout the winter, then see where we're at with them. The rest of it is parked for the winter.
I may have to look you up next spring if I figure out what I might need. I understand you're slightly North of me.

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john deere haverstor guy

11-12-2012 21:22:36
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 Re: IH Picker in reply to Rich'sToys, 11-12-2012 21:17:42  
My advise to put all new chains on the picker. I just brought a picker back from the dead. Dont go cheap on the chains and dont buy your flat chain at TSC either. Those old flat chains might look good but they break pretty quick under load.Amish people still use corn binders and they are a good sourse of new gathering chains if u need them



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