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Re: Can anyone identify this Disk/Harrow ?

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Thanks to you all for your help in identifying my disk. I think now it must be an older Kewanee. It looks like Shoup does have the axles for it (aprox 64"), but the bearings are older than the ones they have at Shoup. I'll just have to keep using a lot of grease and maybe eventually I can find a few scrap Kewanees and salvage parts from them now that I know the proper make. Here's another photo of my bearings if anyone knows where I might find them reasonably priced, otherwise like I said I'll just have to try to find some salvage disks to steal parts from.

Thanks again for your help.....

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11-12-2013 05:49:11

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 Re: Can anyone identify this Disk/Harrow ? in reply to nprranch, 11-10-2013 20:34:26  
Those type of bearings I have never heard of one wearing out but we don't have sand here that could wear them out. They are designed loose so they keep working the dirt out so it does not grind out the bearings. Once in a great while one will break but it is not common. Planning this winters work and the disks I have to do all have the wood boxings in them that I will have to have made. But then I think some of those bpxings are noe in the 70 year old range. You have the white iron type.

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