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Re: new idea 30A

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AG in IN

08-14-2013 15:20:22

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blake D said: (quoted from post at 03:31:01 08/13/13) Looking for parts for a old sickle mower i need the guards for the pto and some of the springs and any info on how to make a pitas arm or where to buy one

I'm fairly certain my NI mower is a 30A, and my response is based on that.

The pto shield is a couple of large, somewhat curved pieces of metal that basically act as a roof over the pto. It doesn't use a conventional type round pto shield directly around the shaft. You'll probably have to find a donor mower for these. A suitable substitute probably could be fabbed out of sheet metal if you wanted to.
Pre-cut and pre-drilled pitman sticks should still be available. I think there are two different sticks, one for the type that used an allen wrench on an eccentric piece to latch the pitman to/release it from the ball on the sickle head, and another stick for the type that used the more conventional spring loaded latch assembly to do the same. See if Webb's Sickle Service has parts available. If not, a decent Tractor Supply store should be able to special order them yet. They may still be available at an AGCO dealer as well.

Springs, depending on which ones, can probably be sought at a an AGCO dealer, or from a donor machine, too.

Also, you can check with the Parts Depot on any of the above and more if you have a part number. They supply dealers with obsolete dealer stock from various manufacturers.

Webb's Sickle Service:

Parts Depot (non-dealer parts lookup):
This post was edited by AG in IN at 16:20:42 08/14/13.

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