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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

affordable parts for implements

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MF in Canada

08-04-2020 06:24:52




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Hello folks,

Does anyone know where a person can get affordable parts for implements like hay balers, mowers, etc? The dealerships are not a source of affordable parts, and I am tired of paying through the nose for mower parts, etc... I would be interested in new or used parts, as long as the used parts were of reliable quality.

I happen to live in Ontario, Canada, but sources in the States would also be welcome.

Thanks much,
Eric

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MF in Canada

08-08-2020 17:40:32




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 Re: affordable parts for implements in reply to MF in Canada, 08-04-2020 06:24:52  
Good people.... thank you.

You have given me, in total, 15 ideas of where to look for parts. One person wanted to know exactly what I am looking for - at the moment it is guards and/or ledger plates for a Massey Ferguson #41 sickle bar mower..... and a needle for a New Holland 270 square baler. I'll work on some of the leads you all gave me, and look for parts equipment as well.

Thank you all so very much!
Eric

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ditchwitch

08-07-2020 15:28:58




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 Re: affordable parts for implements in reply to MF in Canada, 08-04-2020 06:24:52  
Maybe Agri Supply would be of some help also



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Davidj

08-06-2020 06:57:41




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 Re: affordable parts for implements in reply to MF in Canada, 08-04-2020 06:24:52  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Agreed.



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tom upton

08-05-2020 17:58:46




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 Re: affordable parts for implements in reply to MF in Canada, 08-04-2020 06:24:52  
Try diamond farm in Brighton Ontario.



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Mike(NEOhio)

08-05-2020 04:19:52




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 Re: affordable parts for implements in reply to MF in Canada, 08-04-2020 06:24:52  
Shoup is good.



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Tom in TN

08-05-2020 02:37:02




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 Re: affordable parts for implements in reply to MF in Canada, 08-04-2020 06:24:52  
MF,

I've had good luck with Messicks, All-States Ag Parts, Steiner, Yesterday's Tractors, Webb Cutting Components, Amazon, E-bay and others.

Tom in TN



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Texasmark1

08-05-2020 07:59:31




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 Re: affordable parts for implements in reply to Tom in TN, 08-05-2020 02:37:02  
All States and ebay thumbs up for me...no access to the others.



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Traditional Farmer

08-04-2020 14:45:54




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 Re: affordable parts for implements in reply to MF in Canada, 08-04-2020 06:24:52  
I've gotten a lot of parts off ebay,the best source at the best price for me has been to buy parts machines that have problems.



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svcummins

08-05-2020 07:11:04




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 Re: affordable parts for implements in reply to Traditional Farmer, 08-04-2020 14:45:54  
Thatís the cheapest way . A lot of times you can by a whole machine for the price of one special part



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steve_pr

08-05-2020 08:34:46




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 Re: affordable parts for implements in reply to svcummins, 08-05-2020 07:11:04  
Not related to this thread, but in a posting dated 8/12/2019 you included some images of knotter problems, causes and solutions that were infinitely superior and detailed compared to those in my standard NH knotter manual. Where did they come from? Look like they are from a manual somewhere!

Thanks in advance!



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svcummins

08-05-2020 13:56:45




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 Re: affordable parts for implements in reply to steve_pr, 08-05-2020 08:34:46  
Got some out of the fundamentals of machine operation textbook. I can post them again



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steve_pr

08-08-2020 01:42:50




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 Re: affordable parts for implements in reply to svcummins, 08-05-2020 13:56:45  
Many thanks for that. I can grab them from the original post. Had a look at the book and it looks good, but hard to get here in Europe and covers more equipment than i need. Downloaded some John Deere baler manuals via Google and have to admit that the detail and quality of illustrtaions and instructions is far superior to the New Holland stuff, the the knotters look pretty much the same. Thanks for your help though.

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svcummins

08-10-2020 22:49:43




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 Re: affordable parts for implements in reply to steve_pr, 08-08-2020 01:42:50  
No problem



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Brian AB

08-04-2020 12:19:36




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 Re: affordable parts for implements in reply to MF in Canada, 08-04-2020 06:24:52  
Iíve used A&I Parts, Fyfe parts, Westward Parts. Donít know if you have any of them out east. Peavey Mart handles a lot of mower guards and sections. Princess Auto for hydraulic hoses and many other things. There has to be farm supply dealers as well



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Bruce from Can.

08-04-2020 06:39:38




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 Re: affordable parts for implements in reply to MF in Canada, 08-04-2020 06:24:52  
Two questions, first, what parts for what equipment? Second are you trying to buy original manufacturers replacement parts, or after market parts. After market parts like guards and sections, plough shares and cultivators points are available from many short line dealers



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