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Myers Hay Trolley Unloader


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Old 10-07-2018, 03:26:41 PM
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My husband is refurbishing a Myershay Tolley uploaded. Can anyone tell me what the O.K. stands for?
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I think we need a bit more info, such as where your getting the OK from? Meyers was a big time builder of dairy and farm equipment such as water pumps and barn equipment.
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I always thought that it stood for OKAY.
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Default Re: Myers Hay Trolley Unloader

Did a Google search for myers hay trolley and found a lot of great pix. Didn't check to see if there was an O.K. explanation. You can do that.

F.E. Myers company is still working in Ashland, Ohio. I looked up the number and called them and they gave me a lot of great info on a pump I had.
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Default Re: Myers Hay Trolley Unloader

There's a hay trolley web site and a facebook group too.


https://haytrolleyheaven.com/
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