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02-02-2013 20:47:20

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I talked to them this week. They do not have any gears left to sell and do not plan on making them. They have belts and tedder teeth that about all. I could also use a center gear.

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02-05-2013 07:01:03

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 Re: Hey david1 in reply to david1, 02-02-2013 20:47:20  
What is your gear like? usuable as a pattern? I know a place that makes gear. If interested post here.

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02-03-2013 16:58:06

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 Re: Hey david1 in reply to david1, 02-02-2013 20:47:20  
I would part with one of the little gears but not the center one. I suggest you keep an eye on Craigs List for a parts one.

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02-04-2013 06:38:40

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 Re: Hey david1 in reply to Bernie/MA, 02-03-2013 16:58:06  
I think I have found a smaller gear. Apparently the center gears can be different The center hole came in two different sizes.

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02-03-2013 12:42:08

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 Re: Hey david1 in reply to david1, 02-02-2013 20:47:20  
Find an area were there are Amish,they will know of a place to get parts.There are lots of them still in use in Amish areas.We had several over the years and liked them untill we bought a rotary.The rotary do a better job and are so much faster,but for a smaller operation the bar type will get the job done.Also try Fry's Machinery in Muncy PA as they have a huge implement salvage yard.

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02-03-2013 08:04:49

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 Re: Hey david1 in reply to david1, 02-02-2013 20:47:20  
Someone copied the Grimm 4 bar tedder, and it is painted green. Amish I beleive, as there are several around here on steel wheels Loren, the Acg.

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JD Seller

02-03-2013 10:17:25

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 Re: Hey david1 in reply to Adirondack case guy, 02-03-2013 08:04:49  

Those are more than likely Pequea brand. I sold their products. Their ground drive unit does not use any gears that I know of. I think they are all pulley/belt driven. I only sold the PTO driven units. HE maybe better off switching his over to PTO drive. All he would need is a right angle gear box and some shafts.

Here is the contact information for Pequea:
Pequea, A Skibo Company 200 Jalyn Drive P.O. Box 399, New Holland, PA 17557 (717) 354-4343 or toll-free (866) 684-0393

Here is pictures of the ground drive and PTO Pequea units.

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02-03-2013 06:27:58

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 Re: Hey david1 in reply to david1, 02-02-2013 20:47:20  
David can you post a few picture of what your tedder looks like?? Plus some pictures of the gears you need. This way maybe we can come up with a substitute for them.

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