Posted by Leroy on October 12, 2012 at 08:21:32 from (22.214.171.124):
Posted this over on Case forum as well. Question is Did Case make more models of the steel wheel 4 bar rakes than the No. 170? Have handled a few and this one I have now is different than all the others. I know the No. 160 was a 3 bar and I have one here that I am starting to part out to use the parts on this rake I am asking about plus 2 other No. 170 4 bar rakes. Rebuild the steel wheel rakes for the Amish. Does anybody have a parts list for the No. 170 that they could send me or if there is anouther number that one also? I do have an operators manual for both the 160 & 170 rakes with parts lists but this one is different so could it be just a newer improved version of the 170 or anouther model? Thanks. This 160 is beyond use for anything except parts. Just finnished the second John Deere this year along with 3 McCormick rakes. Many more rakes to do.
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