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I rescued an old tedder from behind a hedge about a month ago.



This was it on the trailer,but after getting it into the workshop, as well as new tyres I discovered it also needed 3 new rims. ( sat too long in the grass) So had to get old lawnmower rims and put the original centres into them.
fitted the new tyres, and had to free up seased joints. This is a Bamford Tedder, one of the very early ones, but was made by Kuhn and rebadged, repainted. Finally got to test it and it was a success.



Used it on the ED 40, but because it is a trailed machine I'm looking forward to useing it behind some of the older tractors.





Not bad for something that had been dumped.
 

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That's the best equipment--Free!! :D
Just a bit of money compared to the price of a new one to get it working, and on your way.
Now that it's proven, will it be getting a nice coat of fresh paint ?? ;)
 

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BigDaveinKY said:
That's the best equipment--Free!! :D
Just a bit of money compared to the price of a new one to get it working, and on your way.
Now that it's proven, will it be getting a nice coat of fresh paint ?? ;)
Now Dave , don't get carried away, you wouldn't want me to go overboard would you
 

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Paddy looks like it doing the work of a new one. Why not a little Paint?????? :lol: :lol:
 
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