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Re: New Idea #61 shredder

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03-03-2013 15:12:29

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No. 61 shreader lot S 6 was built in 1954 and was the second of 4 lots built that year. Lots S1, S2 that mine happens to be from and is seriall 00389 and lot S3 are from 1953 and lots S4 & S5 are Model 60 from the first half on the54 model year, starting with lot S6 thru S14 built in 1947 were No. 61 shreaders. Then Lots S15 & S 16 were built in 1958 as the No. 451 shreader with lots S17 & S18 the last year of production in 1959. I do have the parts manual for the 60, 61 & 451 and the operators manual for the 60. Before this time they did make anouther model but I do not know the number but it had only 2 beater shafts instead of the 3 that these have and the wheels instead of setting on the sides of the unit they were in back.

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Kirk Affeldt

03-03-2013 15:55:18

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 Re: New Idea #61 shredder in reply to Leroy, 03-03-2013 15:12:29  
Leroy, Thank you for all of the information. I did buy the sales pamphlet for the No. 61 Shredder but didn't know all about the years they were built. Have you ever seen the 3pt hitch version of the shredder? The operator's manual I have for the #61 has a printing date of 8-57. Did these have lettering and numbering on the sides of the hood as depicted on the operators manual?

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