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New Idea one row corn picker,

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10-01-2001 14:51:20

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I just got a one row corn picker which is in ok shape, but I'm not sure of what model it is . Only tag on it says New Idea Lot # 98 Coldwater Ohio. I would like to get a manual for it if I can figure out which one it is. It is a pull type I forgot to say that

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10-05-2001 14:22:14

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 Re: New Idea one row corn picker, in reply to Keith , 10-01-2001 14:51:20  
Keith, I got a #7 & a#10 the #7 has wood slider bed in the corn elevator to wagon, and the #10 has a steel bed hope this helps also the #10 doesn't have grease fittings on the ear holder downers on the husking bed either one would have the same general instruction book tho' luck Geo

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10-05-2001 18:33:53

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 Re: Re: New Idea one row corn picker, in reply to George, 10-05-2001 14:22:14  
Thanks that answers my question it has a wooden bottom in the elevator. I have two of them one is in fairly good shape so I think between the two I can make a good one. I'm going to restore it and pick a little ear corn to grind and feed.

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Duner Wi

10-04-2001 05:34:24

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 Re: New Idea one row corn picker, in reply to Keith , 10-01-2001 14:51:20  
Go to your New Idea dealer and look at his parts books. If you have 98-100 grease fittings it may be a #7 from 50 years ago. The latter ones had fewer grease fittings.

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