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(2/20/2013 1:21:26 PM)
RE:Massey Harris Implements.
I hadn't realised Dickie made a mounted hay turner. Was that stiil in the time they were making them for M-H ? By the colour in your photos I guess they were.
I have two, two wheel and one three wheel M-H Dickie Hay Turners. All awaiting restoration.
When I was a boy I used to go to a farm where they had a two wheel Dickie Hay Turner. The frame was painted light blue or even turquoise with dark red wheels. The frame was made of light channel iron if I remember correctly unlike the M-H version where the frame is tubular. Other than that the machines were the same.
I have three wrenches listed that were supplied with the Dickie Hay Turner. Part number 633866 M1 which is a Double Open Ended Wrench and 633865 M1 which is an Oil Can which are I think M-H part numbers and A 41 which is a Single Open Ended Wrench. I don't know if this was supplied during the M-H era or not.
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