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CASE side delivery rake


Recently picked up this CASE side delivery hay rake at an auction to keep it from going to scrap. ...

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Old 10-26-2010, 12:52 PM
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Recently picked up this CASE side delivery hay rake at an auction to keep it from going to scrap. It works, but needs a little TLC anyway. Can anyone identify the model of this rake and/or the years it was produced? What about the original color scheme? No trace of the original paint has been found so far. I know one rear wheel is a replacement from an old binder, but it works for now. The rear height adjustment is basically gone, both the lever, linkages to the lever, and original castor shaft, so can someone with one of these intact post some close-ups of those parts?







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The ones I've seen before were dark green with orange. I'm not sure on the years built. They're a nice rake!
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I think that is a No. 167 Series combination rake and tedder. It was still being made in 1933. I don't know what the colors were. I think on the later Case side delivery rakes they had yellow wheels, red and maybe some green.
There may have been a seat mounted on a bracket when using horses for pulling this piece of equipment.

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Hi, i just picked up one of these and having trouble finding paint info on tis as well. I want to restore this with the right colors, i see the gear box is green, the caster rear wheels are case orange and the wheels yellow. Any info will help me out tremendous! Thanks!!!!
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