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McCormick 27 va sickle mower parts

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Johnstrickland

02-18-2021 10:44:05




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I am restoring IH McCormick 27 - VA sickle mower and need pitman arm, lift spring and cutter bar. Any help in who would have these parts.




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300guy

02-18-2021 19:55:33




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 Re: McCormick 27 va sickle mower parts in reply to Johnstrickland, 02-18-2021 10:44:05  
I sold one two years ago at one of the Big Red collector sales for $25. Couldn't believe it!!!! It had all new bearings in the gearboxes, a completely new fabricated drive shaft since the left hand threaded yoke on the gearbox is no longer available. It went so fast (auctioneers seemed to want to just get the sale over with) before I could even open my mouth. Also a guy from some place in West Virginia bought a bunch of my used parts. So if you can find one on a sale, you have a lot of spare parts.

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gstout

02-18-2021 19:18:41




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 Re: McCormick 27 va sickle mower parts in reply to Johnstrickland, 02-18-2021 10:44:05  
I may have a 6 foot bar that is good. e-mail is open.



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Charlie M

02-18-2021 14:29:35




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 Re: McCormick 27 va sickle mower parts in reply to Johnstrickland, 02-18-2021 10:44:05  
Junk yard is probably your only bet for the spring and cutter bar. You can buy pitman sticks or make them if you know the length. You need the hardware for each end which is probably junk yard also if you don't already have it.



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