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Restoring John Deere Threshing Machine


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Old 11-16-2010, 11:24:42 PM
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Default Restoring John Deere Threshing Machine

I have a 28 inch Threshing machine I am restoring. The fabric pulleys are rotted off. Anyone know where I could find good used ones? The grain pan is very weak in the front. Would also like to get one of those or find out where I could have one made. Wouldn't mind getting a hold of an owners manuel for it also. Thanks for any help. Alan
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These boys can fix you up.

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I got a bad one on my Avery also. Here is what I want to try, take sheets of masonite and laminate it to the size and then put it in the lathe and trim and bore. From what was left of mine it looked like it was some fiber paper type stuff laminated up much like the masonite. I can get all the masonite I want for almost nothing.
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When we redid our CASE we had a HVAC shop make up a new piece of steel for the grain pan bottom and they also rolled us auger metal too.
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