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575 spreader

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David Lohf

02-14-2018 08:38:41

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I,m in need of a part for a 575 IH spreader. The part number is 822304C-2 it is the powershaft that runs to the back for the apron and beater.Any help would be appreciated.

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02-15-2018 04:10:16

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 Re: 575 spreader in reply to David Lohf, 02-14-2018 08:38:41  
The only recommendation I have is to find a machine shop to make it for you.
That part is NLA from CaseIH, right? Spreaders usually don't make it to the salvage yards because there's nothing left of them to salvage. Old spreaders usually get parked in the fencerow or turned into wood trailers until they totally disintegrate.

How much of the old shaft do you have left? Take them the pieces and they can make you one. It might not be cheap but it's cheaper than a new spreader.

Looks like one end is splined. If the splines are good, they may recommend cutting them off and welding them to a new shaft rather than cutting splines on a mill, which will take several hours of machine time.

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