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John Deere 350 3ph Hayrake pto belt pulley assembly needed

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10-08-2018 14:06:02

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Any hay rake bone yards out there. I put together 2 JD 350 3ph, pto hayrakes about 25 years ago. The pulley assembly at the rake end of the PTO shaft was in pieces on one rake, and needed repairs from the other. It is cast iron and I've had it repaired 2 or 3 times since and it has now seen it's far better days. Any suggestions on finding a decent one off another rake? Or should I explore having the local machine shop fabricate a replacement. The one on the JD 350 rake parts diagram doesn't seem to look like the ones I have - instead of what looks like bolts through the bottom flange, attaching/tightening bolts for the assembly I ahve go through the side of its frame and through the front horizontal brace for the rake.

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10-08-2018 17:35:52

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 Re: John Deere 350 3ph Hayrake pto belt pulley assembly needed in reply to Oliver550Dave, 10-08-2018 14:06:02  
I wonder if that area is a weak point on that rake. My 350 has the horizontal bolts through the frame to adjust tension on the belt. It looks like someone prior to me rebuilt that area. There is a serial number break on them so perhaps that is why the parts book looks different. Mine is in the older serial number range.

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