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Dutchman

10-29-2013 17:54:33




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Will I went and save the shredder from going to China ... It looks complete and the drum is in great condition ,, tires are gone and missing a belt .. drive shaft is complete w/the shield .... the hammers are needing help ... I'm sure I will find more when I get to redoing it so I can used it behind my La ..
<> Just thought I would share .... mark

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propanedude

10-30-2013 07:26:55




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 Re: ** Save shredder from the Scrapper ** pic in reply to Dutchman, 10-29-2013 17:54:33  
spent many hours pulling one of these as a kid with a dc. always fun to get going without live pto. spent many nights with a heathouser and just one headlight.



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NickatKY

10-30-2013 06:52:13




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 Re: ** Save shredder from the Scrapper ** pic in reply to Dutchman, 10-29-2013 17:54:33  
Nice save,
I have seen a couple of them for sale but never close enough or the right time for one of my trips.
Nick



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John Saeli

10-30-2013 05:43:43




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 Re: ** Save shredder from the Scrapper ** pic in reply to Dutchman, 10-29-2013 17:54:33  
Good job!! These are the kind of posts I like to see.



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Ande

10-30-2013 05:25:18




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 Re: ** Save shredder from the Scrapper ** pic in reply to Dutchman, 10-29-2013 17:54:33  
Mark, when you get her going and on one of your Case"s you should get a picture and send it to the Calendar guy! HeHe. Great save,would love to have one.
Dan



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fixerupper

10-29-2013 19:00:27




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 Re: ** Save shredder from the Scrapper ** pic in reply to Dutchman, 10-29-2013 17:54:33  
Back in the 60's the local welding shop used to rent a Case shredder out that looked a lot like that one. If I remember right it took two 38" rows of corn stalks and 2nd gear was about as fast as the 630 Deere could pull it.Jim



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caseman-d

10-29-2013 18:58:42




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 Re: ** Save shredder from the Scrapper ** pic in reply to Dutchman, 10-29-2013 17:54:33  
nice save, first I have seen
caseman-d



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Adirondack case guy

10-29-2013 18:10:35




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 Re: ** Save shredder from the Scrapper ** pic in reply to Dutchman, 10-29-2013 17:54:33  
Nice save. It will make a nice pic. in a calender when back in usable condition, HeHe.
Looks like a neat project.
Loren



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Harvey2

10-29-2013 18:09:38




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 Re: ** Save shredder from the Scrapper ** pic in reply to Dutchman, 10-29-2013 17:54:33  
I liked the way they mowed better than a rotary cutter, if you was cutting young saplings it would shatter the stub and wouldn't puncture a tire.



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