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new idea corn picker parts

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bass

11-05-2015 04:37:11




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ok you guys in the corn belt. can you still get parts for new idea corn pickers? dad bought one after i went into the Army then sold it when i came home.
second, will a SC pull a 1 row picker? dad pulled his picker with my H. wish i still had the tractor.

maybe wrong page, but see a lot of new idea pickers behind farmalls.

bass




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elevatorman724

11-06-2015 08:31:53




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 Re: new idea corn picker parts in reply to bass, 11-05-2015 04:37:11  
We have 323 and have used parts from no 7 on it. Used it this year they still do good job



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bass

11-06-2015 03:29:02




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 Re: new idea corn picker parts in reply to bass, 11-05-2015 04:37:11  
[quote="CVPost-kub6040"](quoted from post at 19:16:32 11/05/15) Bass I think you would be fine Charlie has a new overhaul
and you don't have mountains just small east Texas humps
,besides I have a few toys you could borrow in a wet year.[/

really just looking. been on craigslist and saw some pickers maybe in a couple years

bass



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kub6040

11-05-2015 18:16:32




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 Re: new idea corn picker parts in reply to bass, 11-05-2015 04:37:11  
Bass I think you would be fine Charlie has a new overhaul and you don't have mountains just small east Texas humps ,besides I have a few toys you could borrow in a wet year.



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Tim(nj)

11-05-2015 12:30:30




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 Re: new idea corn picker parts in reply to bass, 11-05-2015 04:37:11  
If you get a 323 picker (the newest and best 1-row New Idea made), this shop in Pennsylvania makes and rebuilds a lot of parts for them, since they are still widely used by the Amish in the area.
Country Machinery
609 Musser School Road
Leola, PA 17540 717-656-9733



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Charlie M

11-05-2015 09:54:19




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 Re: new idea corn picker parts in reply to bass, 11-05-2015 04:37:11  
Agco has some parts. I bought new fingers for over the husking rolls a few years ago from them. Might have to find the right dealer that has the patience to take a look.



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True Son

11-05-2015 07:59:46




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 Re: new idea corn picker parts in reply to bass, 11-05-2015 04:37:11  
Super C will pull it fine. We pulled old Woods Bros plus wagon for years with Super C, in some kinda muddy conditions some years, it did great!



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The tractor vet

11-05-2015 07:06:45




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 Re: new idea corn picker parts in reply to bass, 11-05-2015 04:37:11  
Well depends on what model picker . Yes there are some new parts out there but ya would have to find someone that still had them. Now would a S C pull one maybe on flat ground and maybe with a Small wagon behind it but not on hilly ground . You do not have enough tractor and the tail would waq the dog. Even a weighted M with a one row and a bigger gravity wagon can be not enough tractor on hills and soft fields. Always think SAFETY and keep your hands and arms out of a running picker .

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MN Mike

11-05-2015 08:37:17




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 Re: new idea corn picker parts in reply to The tractor vet, 11-05-2015 07:06:45  
I'll second that thought. Shut off the PTO and let everything STOP before you work on a picker. I'd rather turn the pto shaft by hand with a bar than lose something precious...



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MN Mike

11-05-2015 05:26:32




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 Re: new idea corn picker parts in reply to bass, 11-05-2015 04:37:11  
I would think a SC would pull the 1-row just fine if you don't have too many steep hills and a smaller gravity box. I pulled a 2 row with my 340 for while but the hills were too much for him. Some parts can be hard to find. I had to go to a junk yard to get a new gear box for my picker last year. other stuff like the gathering chains are standard sizes and easily found online. your cheapest route in the long run may be to look for a second one to use as a parts donor.

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