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Re: Old Style Side Delivery Rakes

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01-21-2013 08:20:19

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No. 4 New Idea built 1948 to 1953 when was followed by the No. 44 that was the same except fot tractor levers on the toung. Those are highly desireable rakes for use in Amish areas now yet. I have 4 of them setting here right now for rebuilding plus 2 of the 3 bar that preceded them. AC rakes were all PTO powered and on rubber. That Orange could be Coop that looks very much like the New Idea. Would like to have that rake but think your a bit too far to go for me. Northwest Ohio. If there is still a tag on it look on the front of the angle that the tooth tilt lever sets on. It is held on by 2 rivets and most tags have gotten lost. If it is still there it will have a lot number on that starts with R and 3 didjets and that will tell the year it was made and if more than one lot was made what part of year it was made. It was built at Coldwater, Ohio.

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Ted Rauh

02-21-2013 18:57:20

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 Re: Old Style Side Delivery Rakes in reply to Leroy, 01-21-2013 08:20:19  
I have a 3 bar new idea rake. This is my dads which his dad bought new. I began rebuilding it and thought I had made sure everything was fixable. I now have a sandblasted and painted frame and the reel head needs to be replaced and wondering if you know where I can find one. I really hate to scrap this at this point. Any help would be very much appreciated.

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