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Something to see Hart Parr tractor


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Default Something to see Hart Parr tractor

Hi Folks

There is a Hart Parr tractor attached the huge implement. See the radiator and the left side steering wheel.
Ads was found in June 1929 American Thresherman magazine
SKF bearing advertised it.


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You mean this

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Fantastic! I did not know it exist. Thanks for posting.
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Default Re: Something to see Hart Parr tractor

Thats a need thing and coult also been used on an airport to put the trunks in to the airplane ore the people

Short time ago there was an article in the Brittish magazine Tractor & Machinery about Hart Parrs in New Zealand and they where buld in to somekind of cranes

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That was not a crane, it was a cable guide because they were converted to electric drive. Something they have done in Germany and Sweden as well.
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Default Re: Something to see Hart Parr tractor

You are wright Marcel about your notice but it looked on ..somekind.. of crane with the huge cable tower on top.
Are you also going to the huge show in England with George and Gijs
Looks like the hole band is coming together again and one heck of a party.
Looking forward already at the pictures ....

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Hey Zach, did you happen to take those pictures in Saskatoon? That sure looks like the Acme/Hart-Parr stook loader at our Western Development Museum. What a neat machine! I also saw one sell at an auction around here a few years back. Pretty rare.

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Yep your right Grant
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Default Re: Something to see Hart Parr tractor

Is there two radiators on that unit? Because in the first post, the radiator is between the wheels, and in the next set of photos it is mounted on the side of the unit?
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Default Re: Something to see Hart Parr tractor

In the Hart Parr lightweights, they used SKF bearings , and they are in mm, and you can buy them new, they are still used now

and very nice article thanks!

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