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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

Hay rake identification?

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Stemmy16

06-13-2018 19:54:23




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I purchased this rake in a package deal but I can't find any information on it. I was told it was a New Idea but it has been painted so I don't think you can go by the paint colors. It is now green and orange but I think the green used to be a cream color. The odd part to me is the handle used to adjust the height. I can't find any models with a lever like this.




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Stemmy16

06-14-2018 18:14:44




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 Re: Hay rake identification? in reply to Stemmy16, 06-13-2018 19:54:23  
Maybe that drive was only available a short time due to problems. That would be my luck. Here is a picture of the lid on the gear box so I am thinking it is possibly a case rake. Still trouble finding one with that drive and a lever for height adjustment.



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SVcummins

06-14-2018 18:16:57




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 Re: Hay rake identification? in reply to Stemmy16, 06-14-2018 18:14:44  
Yes it’s a case



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Stemmy16

06-14-2018 16:13:57




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 Re: Hay rake identification? in reply to Stemmy16, 06-13-2018 19:54:23  
I have the sprocket off of the shaft because of pulling it home down the road. It is just hanging there the shaft is actually hidden by the one branch. I just haven't been able to find with a lever like this for height. It seems most have a crank.



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IanC

06-14-2018 09:12:22




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 Re: Hay rake identification? in reply to Stemmy16, 06-13-2018 19:54:23  
Look for logo's on the cast iron/steel parts.



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Leroy

06-14-2018 05:21:07




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 Re: Hay rake identification? in reply to Stemmy16, 06-13-2018 19:54:23  
No picture so can you describe it? Paralell bar? Older horse type? Something different? 2 wheel? 3 point? 4 wheel? Ground drive? Hydrolic drive? PTO drive? And green and orange called bittersweet is their normal colors. Never knew them to use anything like a cream color. I work with the 4 wheel ground drive rakes all the time rebuilding them.



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stemmy16

06-14-2018 08:26:10




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 Re: Hay rake identification? in reply to Leroy, 06-14-2018 05:21:07  


Sorry I was having a problem uploading the pictures but here they are. It just looks like someone painted over the other colors so I am not sure if I was told the right manufacturer. Thank you for your help.

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SVcummins

06-14-2018 18:12:12




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 Re: Hay rake identification? in reply to stemmy16, 06-14-2018 08:26:10  
Could be an owatonna they’re green and red



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Roger in Iowa

06-14-2018 11:44:03




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 Re: Hay rake identification? in reply to stemmy16, 06-14-2018 08:26:10  
Very unusual drive to the right end of the basket via chain! Never have seen one like it.



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Leroy

06-14-2018 10:11:11




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 Re: Hay rake identification? in reply to stemmy16, 06-14-2018 08:26:10  
That rake is too new for me. Have no idea what make it is.



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