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Needing Sickle Mower Rivets

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Farmallb

07-11-2019 17:32:10




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Called TSC and 2 Farm and Ranch stores and Ace Hardware, No go. So What new thing are they using instead of rivets?




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2cents

07-12-2019 08:11:36




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 Re: Needing Sickle Mower Rivets in reply to Farmallb, 07-11-2019 17:32:10  
Look on line for the stores you go to , They will show how many they have in inventory



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Adirondack case guy

07-12-2019 02:54:03




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 Re: Needing Sickle Mower Rivets in reply to Farmallb, 07-11-2019 17:32:10  
Likely the person on the other end of the phone had no clue what a sickle section or it's attaching rivets even are.-------Loren



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Farmallb

07-12-2019 05:29:56




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 Re: Needing Sickle Mower Rivets in reply to Adirondack case guy, 07-12-2019 02:54:03  
Yep, I agree with you, and if it wasnt such a long distance, Id drive over to find out for myself



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old

07-12-2019 13:40:59




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 Re: Needing Sickle Mower Rivets in reply to Farmallb, 07-12-2019 05:29:56  
I was in my local Orscheln's today and they had the rivets. I was picking up rake teeth and they are in the same area so I made not of them having them. You can go to there web site and probably oder them



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Farmallb

07-12-2019 17:30:39




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 Re: Needing Sickle Mower Rivets in reply to old, 07-12-2019 13:40:59  
Found them at Tulsa New Holland, at 26cea. Got 4



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old

07-12-2019 17:43:00




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 Re: Needing Sickle Mower Rivets in reply to Farmallb, 07-12-2019 17:30:39  
Orscheln's sells them by the box full so in the long run a whole lot cheaper



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Leroy

07-13-2019 08:01:15




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 Re: Needing Sickle Mower Rivets in reply to old, 07-12-2019 17:43:00  
Best to buy an assortment box and that will have both the section and head rivets in that are longer and some knives will require 2 different length rivets for the head. Standard box does not have the head rivits.



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SVcummins

07-11-2019 22:26:45




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 Re: Needing Sickle Mower Rivets in reply to Farmallb, 07-11-2019 17:32:10  
Iím the other odd man out I like rivers especially on a mower or a combine they do stink on a swather because you can never get the reel out of the way enough to get a good whack on the chisel to knock the head off . But on a mower itís easy then i a have a tool to press the rivet out turn it around and it will clench the rivet nice and tight. With bolts youíll have to change you hold downs to

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Bob

07-11-2019 22:19:56




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 Re: Needing Sickle Mower Rivets in reply to Farmallb, 07-11-2019 17:32:10  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Well, gosh, what brand of mower are we playing with, if Ford or IH or New Holland or DEERE, the local FIAT or DEERE dealer would have them.

You must have something exotic?



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Farmallb

07-12-2019 05:31:48




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 Re: Needing Sickle Mower Rivets in reply to Bob, 07-11-2019 22:19:56  
Hadnt thought about those. Deere is the only one I know of. Hate to see what they prize them at tho. Its an OLD IHC simi mount mower



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Farmallb

07-12-2019 13:33:08




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 Re: Needing Sickle Mower Rivets in reply to Farmallb, 07-12-2019 05:31:48  
Ended up buying bolts FOR sickle sections. First for me



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HuskerLyn

07-11-2019 18:50:11




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 Re: Needing Sickle Mower Rivets in reply to Farmallb, 07-11-2019 17:32:10  
Believe it or not Iíve used thicker, almost spike type nails and a ball peen hammer and made rivets



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James Howell

07-11-2019 18:10:59




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 Re: Needing Sickle Mower Rivets in reply to Farmallb, 07-11-2019 17:32:10  
"So What new thing are they using instead of rivets?"

Ribbed bolts and lock nuts.

Section rivets and ribbed bolts and locknuts are available from Shoup 1-800-627-6137.

Section rivets and ribbed bolts and locknuts are available from Webb Cutting Components 1-800-578-1480.

Hope this helps.

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Traditional Farmer

07-11-2019 18:05:38




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 Re: Needing Sickle Mower Rivets in reply to Farmallb, 07-11-2019 17:32:10  
Farm equipment dealerships have them,the new ones aeren't as good as the older ones used to be.Most people are using bolt on sections these days I'd don't like the bolts except for in the field section replacement.



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Farmallb

07-11-2019 18:10:20




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 Re: Needing Sickle Mower Rivets in reply to Traditional Farmer, 07-11-2019 18:05:38  
Are these regular bolts, or special for the purpose?



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old

07-11-2019 19:25:52




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 Re: Needing Sickle Mower Rivets in reply to Farmallb, 07-11-2019 18:10:20  
There bolts made just for holding the section on. I switch to them years ago and the nice thing is you can change a section right out in the field if one breaks etc. I picked up a box of them just a few days ago at Orscheln's farm an home. They also had the rivets



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