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Re: Finally started on the mower

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02-02-2018 17:34:06

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I've never seen one around here sickle mowers just don't exist I'd like a side mount I bet that would be nice to cut hay .the local bomgarrs supply has a whole big stock of pitmans in stock I'd like to find more of the ends so if one breaks I could just swap it out

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02-03-2018 09:27:53

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 Re: Finally started on the mower in reply to SVcummins, 02-02-2018 17:34:06  
At least the knife ends are the same as the horse drawn mowers dating back to the 30's and are easy to get. Crank end is probably same but new after market are avaible as greasless units. All I would have to do for thoe parts is gi see my Amish friends and they would be way cheaper than any place else. The teeth for a hay rake are 2/3 price from Deere.

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02-03-2018 08:25:33

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 Re: Finally started on the mower in reply to SVcummins, 02-02-2018 17:34:06  
I cannot see a side mount working in hay as no way to make a clean 90 degree turn with them, you would have to raise bar circle to left and drop bar. The mower you have will if you get turn made correctly cut everything without raising the bar. As for the grass poard possibly depending on just how it is made at bolt to keep it from dropping down when bar is raised. There are new steel universal boards being made and used on both JD and IH and you can buy them cheaper than new old stock wood boards as those are wanted by people restoring a mower for show and therefore will pay a premium to get what they want.

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02-03-2018 11:16:33

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 Re: Finally started on the mower in reply to Leroy, 02-03-2018 08:25:33  
The grass board Iím thinking of is in the basement of an old farm store that is now a clothing and junk store they also have some sickles and other stuff that most people donít even know exists they even had an nos blacksmith share for an ih Plow

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02-03-2018 04:48:35

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 Re: Finally started on the mower in reply to SVcummins, 02-02-2018 17:34:06  
You need to make a trip my way I have a #10 and a #50 side mowers bought them for parts to for the 350 3pt mowers,just bought a 350 for $200.

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02-02-2018 18:35:54

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 Re: Finally started on the mower in reply to SVcummins, 02-02-2018 17:34:06  
If you ever make it up to SE Washington I would make you a good deal on a parts mower, main casting was broken when prior owner tried using it to pull a dead tractor by hooking to it. Looks like it was a good mower prior to that, wrong color for any of my projects.

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02-02-2018 19:28:10

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 Re: Finally started on the mower in reply to mschwartz, 02-02-2018 18:35:54  
Iíll take ya up on that if I ever make it the far from home

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02-03-2018 04:16:30

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 Re: Finally started on the mower in reply to SVcummins, 02-02-2018 19:28:10  
Several years ago restored a #5 mower used it once to let all the new parts learn each other. Always liked this machine once adjusted they cut great and sound good doing it. Have fun with your rebuild.

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