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John Deere #3 sickle bar mower

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05-31-2020 09:24:07

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This message is a reply to an archived post by James Howell on May 02, 2014 at 05:22:25.
The original subject was "Re: John Deere 3 sickle bar mower".

Mr. Howell, I have recently acquired a John Deere No.3 Sickle Mower. After doing some research I have come across your name. I was wondering if you could help me out with how the gears come apart. Something is locked up in the gear box and I want to pop it loose but I don't want to break the castings beings as they are hard to come by. Please advise.


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James Howell

06-01-2020 10:49:55

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 Re: John Deere #3 sickle bar mower in reply to reinbacon, 05-31-2020 09:24:07  
"I was wondering if you could help me out with how the gears come apart"

Reviewed the Directions For Setting Up and Operating JOHN DEERE No. 3 ENCLOSED GEAR MOWER (HIGH LIFT) manual under the 17. REMOVAL OF GEARS, AXLE AND SHAFTS topic on pages 9 - 10.

Hope this helps.

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Bob Collins

05-31-2020 12:40:44

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 Re: John Deere #3 sickle bar mower in reply to reinbacon, 05-31-2020 09:24:07  
If James can't help, (he probably can) there is a book by Lynn Miller titled The Horse Drawn Mower which covers mainly IH and John Deere mowers with a ton of information and pictures. Probably available from Rural Heritage Magazine.

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