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John Deere Foot Peddel Never seen one before

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01-09-2013 19:14:20

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I found a JD foot peddel today, never seen one before, whats is it off of and is it worth much ?

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01-09-2013 21:06:31

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 Re: John Deere Foot Peddel Never seen one before in reply to patsjohndeeres, 01-09-2013 19:14:20  
Got one setting about a hundred feet from me out in the back yard. Goes on an old corn binder. Don't remember if it still has the strap.

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01-09-2013 19:23:46

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 Re: John Deere Foot Peddel Never seen one before in reply to patsjohndeeres, 01-09-2013 19:14:20  
Its for a grain or corn binder. When the bundle carrier got full you would push the pedal down to drop them in a pile on the ground. idea there..check ebay.

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willie in mn

01-10-2013 02:23:15

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 Re: John Deere Foot Peddel Never seen one before in reply to Matt_In, 01-09-2013 19:23:46  
Matt, good to see you on here again.
It's the other way around. On grain binder pull back to dump, push to lift the bundle carrier for the next batch of bundles. Left foot rode on pedal, linkage went "over center" & locked in the raised position. Strap over foot was enough to trip & drop carrier. Dad rode the binder & kept watch on things, made height etc adjustments as needed. Brother or I drove. If we turned to quick he would lose his balance & drop in the wrong place. Guess who carried the bundles to the row where they were supposed to be.

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