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  • Haban 414 Sickle Bar - Project

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      Price: 400
      Location: Corinth Ny
      Contact: PM

    For pick up in Corinth NY or at Stevebo M&G on 10/14 only.

    I don't have time to wrestle with shipping etc.


    This Haban was on a GT14 but the design would likely allow it to be used on other tractors as it attached to the front axle and the rear hitch pin.


    The Pic is what it looked like when I bought it. It is missing the lift pipe that connects the gear box to the rear hitch pin. It is a easy part to Fab.


    I started the restoration and the larger parts have been sandblasted, primed and painted. I have not gotten around to re-assembly and it sits in my storage in a box.


    So this will be some assembly required but the expensive sandblasting is done.


    I have a job transfer coming up in next 6 months and I will not get to finishing this and I need to lean out the tractor and implement collection a bit for the relocation.


    PM and I will reply.


    Regards, Aldon




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