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i have owned a mc cormick corn binder since i was 12 and now own 4 i ran across a john deere binder in really good shape on rubber with a carrier and pto driven of course and it is mint, but i know i can get parts for the binders i have from general repair shop, but where can i get parts for the john deere binder if i buy it. i dont know if the general repair shop has parts i havent called them yet but i wanted some suggestions and i wanted to know if anyone has any deeres and know if they are as good as the ih's or if they are worse. thanks
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You might be surprised to find that Deere still has parts for the old machines. You can download a free parts manual then check with deere if they have them.
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Pital is right!
Go here and search BINDER from the Operator's Manuals button: http://www.deere.com/en_US/ag/servic...ure/index.html

I had a John Deere PTO corn binder and never needed any parts.......
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I am looking for sickle teeth for my IH grain binder. They are much less 'pointy' than regular mower teeth. Regular mower teeth won't even clear the much shallower notch on the rock guards.

Any sources?

Mike
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Mike......if you can find sections with the proper rivet hole centers why not cut off the tips in a chop saw?
The way the Amish LOVE IHC equipment SOMEONE MUST be providing sickle sections.......
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Try to google Balster's Implement. Looks like they have the sections or sickles that you are looking for. Good Luck.
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Speaking of the devil, take a look at this:
http://ebay.com/JOHN-DEERE-POWR-DRIVEN-CORN-BINDER-OPERATORS-MANUAL=item5884173601

Was checking my saved searches and here is a manual for you binder.
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i got the part book off of jd on line but i called 3 dealers and gave them part numbers and they dont have anything where else could i try
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Try more than one JD dealer also. Sometimes you get some one that is not interested in finding the parts. Also you might try Greg Stephen at parts@theoldtractorcompany.com
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I also have a john deere row corn binder I am rebuilding. Did you ever find a supplier of parts? Local John Deere dealer is of no help. They say all numbers of parts are obselete and not available. Looking for help from fellow stakers.
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We have 2 JD binders about 30 minutes south of you diesel, one we use, other for parts. Not a bad machine, ours is worn totally out and it still works pretty good except for corn that is totally full of grass. As far as a sickle section, go guy a section for an old GEHL corn head, they are 3 rivets wide and look real close to OEM, there's one on the JD and the CASE right now.

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A couple years back our JD binder broke a wheel bearing and after some dealer searching they got us one, still wrapped up in the old wax paper covered in the old 4 legged deer logo, price was not bad either! You need to find an older dealership that has some good "experienced" counter people not a bunch of smartee kids! The guy at my dealer will look at a part you bring in, dissapear into somewhere and come back out with the part you need or something close, usually without looking it up!
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