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Re: Bryce Frazier

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Bryce Frazier

03-22-2013 11:27:37
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Alright here are pictures of the stuff I have gotten so far, i still have more to get including that Horse Drawn Binder. Mom says that I can keep some, but not all. So I am going to pick and choose what is going to stay and what is going to go. All I really need to know is value, brand, and rarity. The first picture has a DearBorn 3 point Chisel Plow. In very good condition, all together and seems like it would work. Along with that there is a Champion Rotary Snow Plow, works great. Also if you look straight through the trees you can see a wild Case VAC in its natural habitat, and a few chickens. :) In the second picture there is a manure spreader..... When I hooked up to it to drag it home the wheels didn't spin forward, but they did backward. Shortly after beginning my journey they broke loose and everything started to work! My only question is what brand is it, how rare, is it worth restoring? I looks like it is nothing but wood on a metal frame. It has to control arms at the front of it. One appears to control deck speed, the other I have NO clue!!! The right wheel also has a funny looking set up that looks just like the trip on a trailed trip bottom plow?? The final pic is a JD hay rake. Missing a few components that would engage and disengage. A few things are froze up, but over all looks pretty good. I have seen a lot of these with thin rubber wheels, but never with just plain steel?? Let me know what you guys think! Thanks, Bryce

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Leroy

03-23-2013 07:51:50
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 Re: Bryce Frazier in reply to Bryce Frazier, 03-22-2013 11:27:37  
That Hay rake is a 594 Deere and that was the normal setup, the 36" rubber was an option. That rake if it was here would retail out in working condition for about $700 and If I had it and wholesaled it to my machinery buyer after I had it in operationg condition I would get about $500 for it and at junk prices that rake wil scrap out at about $125 but what you have there is worth way more than that. It is a desired rake along with McCormick, New Idea and Case all on those steel wheel rakes for the Amish to put behind a forecart to pull with a team of horses, in my area mostly Belgins. The spreader from the picture I can't determin make but that mechanisem on the right side is what moves the apron to take the load back to the beaters and the beaters are run off the left wheel. I hust piad $120 at auction for a New Idea in what looks like slightly wors conditions than yours for parts to use in rebuildind some 4 wheel steel wheel New Idea Spreaders that when I am done with them will retail out at around $1,000 to $1,100 to the Amish. That cultivator is only a part of it there but it is also worth more than scrap. The spreader looks like it still has the wide spread on the back and that is usually the first part to go so it looks like would be a good rebuildable project and make a good learning experiance and when done still be in the thousand dollar range but here I would have to put steel wheels on it. Any specific questions just ask and will try to help.

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nebraska cowman

03-22-2013 18:53:55
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 Re: Bryce Frazier in reply to Bryce Frazier, 03-22-2013 11:27:37  
The "chisel" is a spring shank field cultivator. I don't think I'd mess with the spreader. The rake is an interesting piece. i don't think very many are being saved.



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rrlund

03-22-2013 16:44:10
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 Re: Bryce Frazier in reply to Bryce Frazier, 03-22-2013 11:27:37  
I sold a New Idea steel wheeled rake like that a few years ago for $75 if that helps.



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