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Re: JD Hay Rake Identification

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10-09-2013 12:13:57

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It is a 4 bar, pull type, definitely not a horse drawn. From even further searches it appears to be a 850 series. It currently has a little hitch on the drive wheels, thinking someone changed the u-joints at one time with the wrong ones, lots of play in them, which i think gets bound up and then releases. Hopefully I can get the proper replacements for it.

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10-09-2013 13:31:00

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 Re: JD Hay Rake Identification in reply to 1130Leo, 10-09-2013 12:13:57  
I have an 851 I think as it doesn't appear to have had a yellow frame. Good rake but a couple years ago I wanted to replace one of the bearing shafts on the end of one of the bars, JD wanted $350 for it and had 20 left in system. I built it up with welder.

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10-11-2013 05:07:38

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 Re: JD Hay Rake Identification in reply to hayfarmer, 10-09-2013 13:31:00  
Same story here.

makes you wonder - is ANYBODY ever going to pay the 350 for those parts?

Seems like they price them high enough so they can always brag about having some very old stuff in their system.

If I recall correctly, they had stripper bars for around $250 each. I bent my own and welded some threaded ends on for about $20.

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