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Oliver 207 Rake Bar Bearing

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big a

04-12-2014 23:38:27

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Looking my old rake over today, and I see I'm going to need 2 of the bearings that attach the tine bars to the wheels.

Local Agco dealer is beyond worthless with anything Oliver, and their a chain that has the whole area. Nowhere else close.

Anyone have a part #, or aftermarket bearing # that will work?

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big a

04-16-2014 20:15:05

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 Re: Oliver 207 Rake Bar Bearing in reply to big a, 04-12-2014 23:38:27  
Thanks Doug. Hard to find these things, around here, at least.

Does yours barely clear the ground when it's all the way up? Mine hangs the basket so low the teeth will kick up rocks off the road when hooked up to my H or M.

Thinking about shortening the link rods between basket and height adjusters. Otherwise, I really like the thing.

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doug wi

04-17-2014 19:16:49

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 Re: Oliver 207 Rake Bar Bearing in reply to big a, 04-16-2014 20:15:05  
It seems to crank up fairly normal. perhaps not as high as the 256, but high enough as to not cause problems. Not too many of them around. Saw one at an auction that was dressed up as a mpls Moline, but was identical to the oliver. I knew the guy I was bidding against so let him have it.

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big a

04-14-2014 21:45:27

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 Re: Oliver 207 Rake Bar Bearing in reply to big a, 04-12-2014 23:38:27  
Thanks guys. Got bolts soaking for a few days, and will try to get things apart over the coming weekend.

I'll try to see what I can match up.

Doug, what is a 307 like? Never seen one.

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doug wi

04-16-2014 19:15:42

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 Re: Oliver 207 Rake Bar Bearing in reply to big a, 04-14-2014 21:45:27  
Looks like an ordinary hay rake. I think it's a 307 but I might have read the tag wrong. Wouldn't be the first time. Does as good a job as my NH 256 under most conditions.

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doug wi

04-13-2014 19:26:08

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 Re: Oliver 207 Rake Bar Bearing in reply to big a, 04-12-2014 23:38:27  
I did a 307. replaced all the tine bar bearings. I did what delta red said . Took an old bearing to local auto parts store and they measured the old one and came up with ones that worked. seems like we couldn't get an exact match, but it was close. If I remember right I had to add a washer to each one get the right thickness, but it worked out well. have used it for several years now.

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Donald Lehman

04-13-2014 14:47:08

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 Re: Oliver 207 Rake Bar Bearing in reply to big a, 04-12-2014 23:38:27  
Call Jerry at Ag Parts First. 1-866-9720

If they are still availible Jerry can get them. He's pretty good on the Oliver stuff.

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04-13-2014 07:26:16

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 Re: Oliver 207 Rake Bar Bearing in reply to big a, 04-12-2014 23:38:27  
Take the 'remains' of a bearing to a bearing house,or your local NAPA.If a PN is visible/intact they can cross it. They can measure the parts and get the right bearing.I buy few to no bearings at the dealers.Napa and the bearing houses can get anything that is needed.Cheaper than the dealer,and right here in town.

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