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Rotobaler wheel color

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Stan Theman

04-23-1999 14:06:15




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I have a 1948 Rotobaler that has green wheel rims. Is this original..or perhaps wheels from another implement? Was there a color change at some point? Could this even be a primer? There's not a lot of paint left on them but it clearly isn't the same paint as what is on the rest of the machine. Also, there isn't any orange under the green. Swinford's book doesn't go into detail on this. Any information you have would be appreciated.

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Bob

04-24-1999 18:44:39




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 Re: Rotobaler wheel color in reply to Stan Theman, 04-23-1999 14:06:15  
Stan: Does your Rotobailer have 1 spoke wheel on left
side facing from behind? I have a 1950 I'm restoring, it had the spoked painted the green
your asking about. The right has the solid steel pressed wheel it was orange. Wonder if the spoke
could have been a aftermarket replacement? It is
an F&H cast wheel center. I'm painting mine all
orange. Bob



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Stan Theman

04-26-1999 07:31:46




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 Re: Re: Rotobaler wheel color in reply to Bob, 04-24-1999 18:44:39  
Bob, Both wheels are the pressed steel type. They look just like the ones shown in my parts book. Unless I find out otherwise, I plan to paint both wheels orange. Stan



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Aaron

04-25-1999 11:41:03




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 Re: Re: Rotobaler wheel color in reply to Bob, 04-24-1999 18:44:39  
I am sure that they never offered a spoke wheel on the rotobalers. The hub they used didn't even have bearings, only bushings. They should be both pressed steel and both painted orange. We have a rotobaler for parts, so if you would like the left wheel we can sell you one. We also have some other parts, if you need something, let me know.
Aaron



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earl wakefield

06-02-2002 20:14:37




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 Re: Re: Re: Rotobaler wheel color in reply to Aaron, 04-25-1999 11:41:03  
What's the price range on these old bailers?



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Aaron

04-23-1999 19:49:33




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 Re: Rotobaler wheel color in reply to Stan Theman, 04-23-1999 14:06:15  
We have 2 and they both have orange rims. The original literature we have also shows orange rims.
Aaron



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