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Hello
I recently purchased a three point dearborn disk harrow. It is about 5 feet wide and has 16 disks total. unfortunately one of the gangs is all messed up and is loose and the bearings and housing for the bearings is shot. I am trying to find some info on how to fix this?

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thanks so much for any help
 

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Nope no numbers or markings on it at all. I pulled the one apart (the better of the two), and took some photos. I was thinking maybe i could take it to a machine shop or something and have them make something, but i am not sure if they can because the inside is square.



It is amazing all of the dealers and and a few others that i have talked to say that it is just impossible to get parts for and that the whole thing is trash. Couldnt i just use a modern gang for the one side?
 

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I finally found the parts I need, actually on ebay from a company called Georgia Equipment Company. They seemed to have all of the parts that are needed for one of these (and many other style) harrows. I figured I would post this up incase someone else in the future has a hard time finding the parts.

Thanks

I also found that companies website
http://www.gaequipment.com/
 
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