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Wilberton

11-13-2013 07:35:28




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This message is a reply to an archived post by 1031D on February 26, 2013 at 09:17:55.
The original subject was "CASE grain binders".

Here's mine. Picked it up about 5 years ago setting in the lot of Price Auctions in Beecher City, IL. One of the auction workers saved it from being scraped. I happened to drive by one day and saw it setting in their lot. It looked like a pile of junk, but it's all there and in fairly decent shape. I even have the canvases, but their rotten. I have a Mennonite contact out in Pennsylvania that will make new ones for around $250.

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Don Rudolph

11-14-2013 05:42:00




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 Re: CASE grain binders in reply to Wilberton, 11-13-2013 07:35:28  
There is Miller's Canvas shop in Wautoma, WI that makes binder canvasses as well. I got a new one last year for my JD binder. If I remember right it was $75. Don



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Wilberton

11-14-2013 10:26:05




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 Re: CASE grain binders in reply to Don Rudolph, 11-14-2013 05:42:00  
That sounds much better than $250
That is what I call Pennsylvania prices. I have Mennonite's moving in from Pennsylvania all around me. When they first started buying land and selling produce here their prices were high.



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s,mac

11-13-2013 14:17:56




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 Re: CASE grain binders in reply to Wilberton, 11-13-2013 07:35:28  
Nice binder. I like the old implements to go with my tractors.Steve



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1031D

11-13-2013 07:39:10




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 Re: CASE grain binders in reply to Wilberton, 11-13-2013 07:35:28  
Nice binder! Thanks for sharing!



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Wilberton

11-13-2013 07:37:55




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 Re: CASE grain binders in reply to Wilberton, 11-13-2013 07:35:28  
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Trying to reply to an older post but it created a new post instead. Plus it wont take the photos I uploaded.

Here's the photos.

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