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07-13-2011 03:19:13

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Wanting to buy; a IH grain shocker manual or shocker These were built between 1910 - 1920. Any other brands also and info on the Kellog
shocker especialy. This company collaberated
with John Deere on the development of one. Do you know where I may purchase one ? Thankyou for any replies. Ken

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athol carr

07-13-2011 15:57:07

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 Re: shocker manual in reply to branxholme, 07-13-2011 03:19:13  
I have in my collection of old IHC manuals a rather tattered copy of the "Instructions for attaching the International Grain Shocker for McCormick Improved left-hand grain binder Deering New Ideal left-hand grain binder"

This is dated 4-3-19 i.e. 1919.
It is 28 pages long covers instructions and lists and illustrations of repair parts.
I have never seen a shocker apart from photograhs and do not know how popular they were or how well they worked. They did not seem to be in production for very long which may be telling us something. The idea did not seem to copied by other manufacturers either.

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07-15-2011 03:21:58

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 Re: shocker manual in reply to athol carr, 07-13-2011 15:57:07  
Thankyou for your reply. I do have a shocker andam looking for an original manual. They are quite a machine that was nnot perfected. The combine soon took over . If you should ever decide to sell or have ANY other info ,I would sure appreciate it.

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07-13-2011 07:01:55

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 Re: shocker manual in reply to branxholme, 07-13-2011 03:19:13  
Was this a machine to shock grain bundles? I did it by hand when I was a kid and had never heard of a grain shocker

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Nebraska Cowman

07-13-2011 04:22:09

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 Re: shocker manual in reply to branxholme, 07-13-2011 03:19:13  
go here and search for shocker

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