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Deere Mark

10-11-2018 14:43:12

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Have had this pulley for a long time and just took some pictures and looked it up. What did we ever do before Google?
Found an ad from Better Farm Equipment Methods of 1930.
11 inches diameter, 8 1/4 inch face, approx 2 inch diameter hole for the shaft. I suppose that it would have been used mostly for a threshing machine. Still has good orange paint and a readable decal. I have a friend with a threshing machine, maybe he needs it.

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10-11-2018 16:47:03

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 Re: NeverSlip Pulley in reply to Deere Mark, 10-11-2018 14:43:12  
Got a couple Allis Chalmers silage blowers that have that pulley on them.

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10-11-2018 15:48:15

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 Re: NeverSlip Pulley in reply to Deere Mark, 10-11-2018 14:43:12  
I have the same pulley on my Wetmore hammermill

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10-11-2018 20:22:16

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 Re: NeverSlip Pulley in reply to Farmallb, 10-11-2018 15:48:15  
Yep, GPA's Whetmore (sp) had pully like that.

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Deere Mark

10-11-2018 16:38:46

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 Re: NeverSlip Pulley in reply to Farmallb, 10-11-2018 15:48:15  
We had a hammermill in the 1950's when I was a kid on the farm. It did not have a "fancy" pulley like this one. Was a very dusty job for the person doing the bagging.

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