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Old 05-05-2016, 11:14 AM
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Hey Oak could you give me the measurements of the gaurd that is mounted onto the post that holds the bar spring? Mine is missing that guard and I'd love to make one
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Hey Oak could you give me the measurements of the gaurd that is mounted onto the post that holds the bar spring? Mine is missing that guard and I'd love to make one
Shaner, are you talking about the piece with the Haban decal on it?
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Old 05-05-2016, 07:16 PM
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Yes, I'm not sure what that guard is called.
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Todd:
Have you found a parts book or anything on that?

Also, I'm no stranger to sickle mowers, but could we see a pic with the rear guard/cover off? I want to see the driver. Does it use an eccentric/cam drive? Or a wobble box?
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Old 05-05-2016, 07:21 PM
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I wonder if Lew still has the brochure?
i have that same brochure. it was an Allied cub cadet brochure. i found mine in my grandpas cupboard in his garage. funny thing is when i saw the sickle in the brochure i thought itd be so cool to find one, then later that day i found the one i bought.
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Not to be argumentative (cause your my bud) but if we used inflation as a way to figure "worth" we wouldn't be able to afford anything used. It's kind of neat to see what something's price from "back then" would be now, but it's not really a good way to price something.

Guess with this kind of rare stuff, the "worth" is determined by the buyer.... but we all know that already.
But the inflation calculator makes for a great selling point to the other half
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$1400 in 1980 dollars is $4,045.93 in 2016 dollars.

Sounds like a pretty good deal for Todd
$4000 is probably close to the price to manufacture it today.
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I picked up an 1872 this summer with Sims cab, haban deck, 451 blower and a 440hd. All was the original equipment sold with the tractor.
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Nice tractor! Original owner laid out some serious cash for that rig. Those 3 point Haban's are like unicorn's in my area.
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Very nice Kwitzke! How about some close up pics of that thing. Steve is correct, that owner shelled out some cash when that was purchased.
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