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Need help identifying some old AC parts...

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Will Herring

07-24-2013 17:34:47




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I got a "bucket of parts", as it were, and I think most of them are off of cultivators, a pull type combine, or mounted corn picker. Any help would be appreciated.

First picture, I think is a blower of some kind for a combine?

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Second picture I have no idea.

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Third picture I recognize maybe a generator belt tensioner for a WD? No idea about the rest of the parts though.

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Fourth picture I have no idea.

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Fifth picture I think I see a seat back but no idea on anything else.

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Sixth picture I see some sort of add-on linkage for the PTO... For some implement? Not sure if that is a clutch plate or what, or if it is even off a tractor. The other seems like some sort of shield or guard of some type.

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Seventh (and final) picture looks like a draw bar. It doesn't have the rounded end on it, so I figure it must be a... WC draw bar?

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JimIA

07-29-2013 07:40:49




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 Re: Need help identifying some old AC parts... in reply to Will Herring, 07-24-2013 17:34:47  
In the 3rd and 5th pictures there is a C shape bracket, those are to hold the elevators on corn pickers. Pretty sure the slip clutch is for a mounted picker.

Jim



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Jerry Coulter

07-27-2013 16:50:56




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 Re: Need help identifying some old AC parts... in reply to Will Herring, 07-24-2013 17:34:47  
#1 Hart Carter Scour Kleen attachment.
#2 Canister oil filter.
#3 Generator belt adjust bracket. 3 parts with matching holes to mount header on All-Crop harvester, piece on left appears to be ear broken off the header. WC power lift link. Perhaps an elevator bracket for a corn picker. Perhaps a slide shoe for a sickle mower. Landside heel.
#5 WC seat back. Landside heel. If the flat piece underneath has 3 holes, the center hole might connect to the power lift link.
#6 PTO spring tension slip clutch and U-joint for All-Crop harvester. WD muffler bracket. Engine flywheel.
#7 WC drawbar, I have one NOS like it.

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Will Herring

07-28-2013 13:45:20




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 Re: Need help identifying some old AC parts... in reply to Jerry Coulter, 07-27-2013 16:50:56  
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Thank you very, very much sir! :D



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BIG RUH

07-24-2013 20:49:12




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 Re: Need help identifying some old AC parts... in reply to Will Herring, 07-24-2013 17:34:47  
Pto shaft looks like its for an AC pull type combine. Draw bar should have a second pice



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Will Herring

07-24-2013 21:10:05




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 Re: Need help identifying some old AC parts... in reply to BIG RUH, 07-24-2013 20:49:12  
Any other plow parts in the stuff other than the heel?

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Yeah draw bar is definitely only half there (and seems a bit small for a WD -- must be a WC or other?). And good to know the PTO shaft had to be for a combine or corn picker (that is a heck of a spring on that).



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Will Herring

07-24-2013 20:38:11




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 Re: Need help identifying some old AC parts... in reply to Will Herring, 07-24-2013 17:34:47  
Wonder why the heel isn't actually on the plow... Interesting.
Also, wonder what the drawbar parts are from. Hmmm.



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Butch(OH)

07-24-2013 19:27:42




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 Re: Need help identifying some old AC parts... in reply to Will Herring, 07-24-2013 17:34:47  
The tear drop shaped cast iron part is the heal for a moldboard plow. Fits most if not all plows that have a part like that on the bottom of the rear landside. The secind picture is an engine oil filter. Allis used similar filters on Us and UCs some model As and even the early WCs and the power unit engines derived from those models.



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JMS/.MN

07-24-2013 19:24:53




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 Re: Need help identifying some old AC parts... in reply to Will Herring, 07-24-2013 17:34:47  
PTO piece looks like the stub shaft from a mounted corn picker. Along with the scour-kleen you have several drawbar parts.



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wd9garymn

07-24-2013 18:14:58




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 Re: Need help identifying some old AC parts... in reply to Will Herring, 07-24-2013 17:34:47  
first pic. is a scour-clean for final cleaning of grain. usually mounted on top of the grain tank-- used on many older combines. larger middle area has a screen interchangable with different size holes for different crops.we had 2 moline and 1 ihc combine with them.



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