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Re: Ih horse drawn mower

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Mountain j

05-22-2020 21:19:07

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They are inside the gear box they go into the main gear and through the axle shaft and they look like a 4 inch long tapered rod with thread on the smaller end that's the best I can describe it I will try to upload photo again

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05-23-2020 06:55:59

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 Re: Ih horse drawn mower in reply to Mountain j, 05-22-2020 21:19:07  
I know what you are talking about. Used on other things as well. Probably a 3/8" thread on them. MM rake I worked on had them in drive wheels holding hub to wheel. I was able to take a standard square shank plow bolt to get to fit and work. Back in 50's needed a couple for a JD row crop cultivator and a blacksmith made them as not avaible from Deere. Those were either 1/2" or 5/8" thread bolts. What model mower do you have? I have had 5 of the 6 models of 2 horse mowers IH built in the McCormick line. Only the 7 & 9 had enclosed gear boxes and Amish friend speclizes in rebuilding them for resale to the Amish so they might be avaible someplace, I don't know. Or for sure what they are called.

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