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11-14-2008 12:17:31

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Does anyone know who might have some parts
and repairs for m&w 450 or 650 portable
grain dryers? They were built in Gibson City
Ill. in the 1980s M&W sold out but I hope there
are some old dealers around that might be able
to help. Thanks for your help!!!

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11-15-2008 16:27:24

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 Re: mw corn dryers in reply to cih9280, 11-14-2008 12:17:31  
Depends which parts you need. Some are more generic than others. Try Production Sales Co. in Seward, NE. 1-800 642-6005

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11-15-2008 06:06:48

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 Re: mw corn dryers in reply to cih9280, 11-14-2008 12:17:31  
There is a retired guy around Gibson City who has been working on those dryers for years. I looked and I cant find his number. He has a pile of parts and alot of knowledge. He was a employee of M&W when they built those things. We have a 450 and I know someone else who has a 650 and I think he knows how to contact the guy at Gibson City. I could give him a call if you need. Let me know. bill

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11-14-2008 19:57:48

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 Re: mw corn dryers in reply to cih9280, 11-14-2008 12:17:31  
Depends on what you need. We have a parts dryer here in N. AL but also still have one to run. Dad might be willing to part with certain ones. They bought a tornado-damaged one for parts and stripped most off and put under the shed. Most pulleys and sprockets would probably not be available. They did make several modifications to suit them, for instance using a hydraulic rather than electric motor for the rolls and changing pulleys and shafts so they could run the tractor about half throttle to pull the dryer at rated speed. Email me @ hunterprecise@yahoo.com if your interested.

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