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281 rake

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07-31-2010 19:28:00

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anyone know how many 281 rakes case made? my local dealer says only about 100 or so. i have not been able to find a manual for mine or replacement teeth. i have been modifying new holland teeth and they work good, but time consuming. any help would be appreciated.

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Wheat Straw

08-01-2010 15:39:34

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 Re: 281 rake in reply to quinnb, 07-31-2010 19:28:00  
I think A&I has them. google A&I and click on dealer. They show about ten within fifty miles of me. They can pull up a part # for you.

Sheat Straw

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jean claude Marleau

08-01-2010 10:14:23

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 Re: 281 rake in reply to quinnb, 07-31-2010 19:28:00  
I do have a manual for sale for your 281 Rake. jc

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08-03-2010 04:47:30

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 Re: 281 rake in reply to jean claude Marleau, 08-01-2010 10:14:23  
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Looking for clamps and stiffeners for my 281 rake. Can anybody help? Manual still available? Thanks.

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Jason Kozlowski

08-01-2010 07:40:57

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 Re: 281 rake in reply to quinnb, 07-31-2010 19:28:00  
I'm sure that the numbers exist, but no one has ever complied them. I have figures for all models of rakes sold from 1929-1950. The high ocurred in 1950, Case sold 13517 rakes. The low was in 1932, Case sold 594 rakes. Taking this into consderation, I'd say your dealer's figures are off.

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Wheat Straw

07-31-2010 19:39:59

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 Re: 281 rake in reply to quinnb, 07-31-2010 19:28:00  
Our local co op had them last year. I suppose they do this year. I havn't needed any so far. I'll see if I can get the manufacturer and the part # and post it for you.

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07-31-2010 19:41:29

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 Re: 281 rake in reply to Wheat Straw, 07-31-2010 19:39:59  
is the build number right? seems like there should have been more then that made

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Wheat Straw

07-31-2010 20:05:25

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 Re: 281 rake in reply to quinnb, 07-31-2010 19:41:29  
our dealer sold a lot of balers and hay equipment back in them days. I would think they sold enough to get to that number on their own. i just believ there were more of them than that.

TGo to the a&I site. I think they made the teth I got at co op

Wheat Straw.

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Larry Skoglund

08-01-2010 07:54:43

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 Re: 281 rake in reply to Wheat Straw, 07-31-2010 20:05:25  
I just purchased 100 teeth thru our local Case dealer, they are after market, but I feel readily available. Several of the eqpt "catalogs" I receive have them listed. The 281, while not real common, was sold for years. They turn up here in central MN at farm auctions. I found my owners and parts manuals thru a used manual vender at a local threshing show.

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