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.
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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