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Sickle head ID

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david from kansas

11-08-2019 06:21:41




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Have this sickle head and no use for it. It appears to be NOS. The only identification I can find on it are the number 100207 and another which is hard to read the first digit, appears to be 901041 but the 9 is not clear and could be a 3 or 8. It is 18.5" overall and the bearing end, which has two snap rings, is 1-5/8" in diameter. Any help on what this might fit is appreciated.


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dairyman

11-10-2019 14:11:45




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 Re: Sickle head ID in reply to david from kansas, 11-08-2019 06:21:41  
Looks to be a hart carter generation 3 floating cutter bar drive head would be used on several brands of combines.



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Jim.ME

11-09-2019 08:31:17




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 Re: Sickle head ID in reply to david from kansas, 11-08-2019 06:21:41  
It's not for a Ford 501 0r 515.
Ford 501 is pitman drive.



515 has a wobble box. Knife is driven by a bolt that runs through a bearing in the wobble box drive arm into the knife.



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Ole CC

11-09-2019 07:49:35




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 Re: Sickle head ID in reply to david from kansas, 11-08-2019 06:21:41  
Hmmm... I`ve used about half a dozen 501's over the years (my granddad`s was old enough it was red) and they were all ball/socket types. I wonder if yours had some kind of conversion on it



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Ole CC

11-09-2019 06:35:05




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 Re: Sickle head ID in reply to david from kansas, 11-08-2019 06:21:41  
Definitely not for a Ford 501/515. They used a ball pitman rod mount



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old

11-09-2019 07:41:29




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 Re: Sickle head ID in reply to Ole CC, 11-09-2019 06:35:05  
Odd the one I had used that type not a ball type



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old

11-08-2019 07:04:15




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 Re: Sickle head ID in reply to david from kansas, 11-08-2019 06:21:41  
I think that would be for a Ford 501 or 515 sickle bar mower



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