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09-12-2002 19:50:15

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My Dad has an 80 series twin wheel mower that mounts on the back of his D14. He managed to break the bar that the sections are riveted to while cutting the edge of his fields after baling. Does anyone know where this bar can be purchased alone? I havent had any luck searching and all we have found so far was a complete unit with bar, head and sections installed through an old AC dealer but it was very pricey. Peter

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09-12-2002 22:38:38

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 Re: mower in reply to Peter, 09-12-2002 19:50:15  
I found a complete sickle for my AC mower at a local farm and home supply, for about the same price AC dealer wanted for just the head. Welding also works pretty good as listed below if the head is still in good shape. Sid

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09-12-2002 20:16:18

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 Re: mower in reply to Peter, 09-12-2002 19:50:15  
look at MGs posting about 4 below yours.

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09-12-2002 20:10:10

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 Re: mower in reply to Peter, 09-12-2002 19:50:15  

You might try removing the sickle sections near the break and have a competent welder weld and then grind or machine it down. We did this quite often.

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