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Re: tedder teeth

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01-01-2013 06:42:10

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We had a Nicholson tedder with the same type of "double loop" spring teeth on it. It never really worked that great IMO, but I gave up trying to find teeth for it. We ended up donating it to JRSutton for the 4H kids. I have heard that some Amish make their own teeth for obsolete pieces like this. Might want to look into that.

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01-02-2013 05:26:04

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 Re: tedder teeth in reply to 55deere70, 01-01-2013 06:42:10  
And I've continued that search, with the same results.

Funny thing is, Steve - the guy who came with me to pick it up - keeps a small pile of old parts that he's pulled out of his field over the years while haying.

Right there in the middle of that little pile are two blue nicholson tedder teeth. What are the chances of that?

Plowboy - I've got some amish friends in Ohio I stay with once or twice a year. I'll be going out there for a big equipment auction in March.

They've got a lot of connections and they've always amazed me at their ability to find obscure parts for me.

I hope to either find some teeth or find somebody who can make them.

If I do - I'll be sure to post here.

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01-02-2013 17:59:35

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 Re: tedder teeth in reply to JRSutton, 01-02-2013 05:26:04  
Thank you! Have fun at the auction. A cousin of mine says the "hunt" is really the best part. After you find what your looking for, well, that"s when the work starts.

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01-03-2013 19:23:40

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 Re: tedder teeth in reply to plowboy1, 01-02-2013 17:59:35  
That's true for winter - but once spring starts approaching the "hunt" becomes more of a desperate scramble.

And that's when you start hemoraging money.

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