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M-C/Mathews Company Parts

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Kerwin

10-07-2018 18:13:02




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This is a follow-up to my earlier posts about flail type mower conditioners. I've come across a couple of M-C rotary scythes for sale. I see that the Mathews Company is still in business selling grain driers, what's the parts support for their rotary scythes? Both Sloan Express and Shoup carry the knives, but wondering about other parts...




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rrlund

10-08-2018 06:01:52




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 Re: M-C/Mathews Company Parts in reply to Kerwin, 10-07-2018 18:13:02  
I ended up having to go generic when I needed a bearing for the flail shaft on mine. Trouble is,it's an odd size. I thought it was just and inch and a half like the Cutditioner,but it's a hair bigger.



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Kerwin

10-08-2018 10:34:09




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 Re: M-C/Mathews Company Parts in reply to rrlund, 10-08-2018 06:01:52  
Thanks for the reply. I noticed that they use a 5 bolt rim. Is it an odd size of hub pattern or will something common bolt up? I'm thinking if I have to tow one home I'd like to have a spare along...most of the tires on what I've looked at appear to be original or close to it.



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rrlund

10-08-2018 13:43:47




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 Re: M-C/Mathews Company Parts in reply to Kerwin, 10-08-2018 10:34:09  
They're a common pattern. I've blew one on mine a few years and put a five bolt implement wheel on it with a spare that was fixed.



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