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dnd

02-18-2021 17:58:46




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Ran across this today. I dont know if its the real McCoy or ? If Moline sold these did they make them or assembly from parts from others?

Hope someone can shed some interesting light on it.




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Ill John

02-20-2021 05:43:41




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 Re: Is this original in reply to dnd, 02-18-2021 17:58:46  
I had a CR3 for years, it had no serial number. New Holland teeth fit it



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Cliff Nelson

02-20-2021 05:39:19




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 Re: Is this original in reply to dnd, 02-18-2021 17:58:46  
Model CR-3 made for MM. This one has had the jack replaced with a better one. Original was similar to an old bumper jack from a car. I have one and have used it some. They are a good rake, a lot heavier than a new holland.



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Alan K

02-18-2021 22:26:52




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 Re: Is this original in reply to dnd, 02-18-2021 17:58:46  
I believe they are a model CR-3. I have one of the early CR rakes.



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David Lohf

02-18-2021 19:38:14




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 Re: Is this original in reply to dnd, 02-18-2021 17:58:46  
Made by cockshutt for minneapolis moline



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rrlund

02-19-2021 07:02:51




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 Re: Is this original in reply to David Lohf, 02-18-2021 19:38:14  
Didn't they sell those as Olivers too?



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rustyplow

02-20-2021 08:03:41




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 Re: Is this original in reply to rrlund, 02-19-2021 07:02:51  
Thats the same as my oliver 207. Always thought it was made by oliver, but I've been wrong before.



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rrlund

02-20-2021 11:32:13




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 Re: Is this original in reply to rustyplow, 02-20-2021 08:03:41  
Ya, I thought they were made by Oliver in Springfield, but wasn't going to say for sure. A neighbor had the Cockshutt version. I always thought it was an Oliver.



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Johnson 23

02-18-2021 19:05:02




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 Re: Is this original in reply to dnd, 02-18-2021 17:58:46  
Does it have a serial tag or model number ??



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dnd

02-19-2021 03:54:15




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 Re: Is this original in reply to Johnson 23, 02-18-2021 19:05:02  
Thanks,, Ill try to check that our,,, any idea where I should start looking? General areas?

Thanks



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molinegb

02-19-2021 05:26:39




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 Re: Is this original in reply to dnd, 02-19-2021 03:54:15  
Have a CR 2 and it doesn't have serial number. Also red with PG wheels.



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