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Hi, i made one for another board member and while i was at it i made 3 more. If demands enough i can make more. They're 100.00 each plus shipping i have 2 pieces out of 1018 (seems close to the stock material) and one out of 4140 steel. I copied the dimensions off of a complete original shaft in great shape and held all the dimensions within .002, you will have to cut out your old shaft and weld this once in its place. The bottom side is chamfered for welding as well. I will consider some trades for parts like a plow or other attachments for my 61 401 or world war 2 military. Ok Thanks!!
UPDATE I have 2 left still, 1 4140 and 1 1018 left. Can make more or if you need a custom shaft machined please feel free to show me what you need done and I can see if I can make it or not. Also would trade for a plow set up for my 61 401 or other implements.
I have a side mount sickle bar on a 1277 tractor. When I first used it I fit a hidden steel post that stopped the thing dead. Not long after the shaft broke in the wobble box. I have since had that welded and also bought a second unit. So I now have two sickle bars. My question is this. When I get this back into operation is there a need to control the speed of the cutting bar? if so, how is this accomplished as the drive is off the engine. I am hoping that speed was not a part of the original failure. Any suggestion?
I'm missing the lift link on my sickle bar, I'm hoping somebody has one with a bad gearbox or some other failure that's just good for parts.
Also if anyone has one that's not for sale but had the skills to copy an original that would be fine to
Was told it was from an 854, I believe the PO was honest.
Pics of it mounted on my 700