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Winfield Dave wrote:
http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/buckrake. Eugene....I can't seem to get the link to work.
The link worked during a test last night.
I tried several of the University of Vermont links to their video archives this morning. None of the links are currently working. Will try again later.
Edit: Another link to the subject. PS this one also worked in the sand box.http://www.archive.org/details/handharvestinghay
Down, right side of screen, click on "buck raking, wind stacker, etc." to load up the video.
I have an excuse. CRS.
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Thanks for posting this Dale. Do you have any shots of how it hooks up. I was helping a friend clean out his uncle's barn and have the piece in your 3rd photo (only painted red) but never new what it was for. I didn't what to see it go to the scrap man so it's in my barn now. I didn't see the rest of the rake there but the scrap man had been there several times before me pulling combines,corn picker and other rusty old implements out of the hedgerow.
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Thanks, I'm thinking of using/ modifying a grader or snow blade with that rake. Then can use the factory lift and mounts to use... Only question I have is how much can the factory hydraulics lift handle ??? They said those had 4-700 lbs on the rake.
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