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Galfre Tedder

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Galfre Tedder

Postby Henry » Thu May 15, 2014 4:56 am

I'm working on a Galfre Tedder, model : GS.520/4. The shaft keeps disengaging from the pto shaft. I think the support right side of the main box is bent. I am looking for a parts breakdown. I have down loaded several, but none seem to match. Haying is just around the corner, so any help would be appreciated. Thanks Henry
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Re: Galfre Tedder

Postby bgsengine » Thu May 15, 2014 6:52 am

Quick search on Bing, comes up with http://www.dnequipment.com/eMerchantPro ... egory=4514 You would probably have to talk to a dealer on the issue - not sure if we have any farm implement techs around, and most likely they don't visit this forum much..
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Re: Galfre Tedder

Postby Henry » Fri May 16, 2014 4:30 am

bgsengine wrote:Quick search on Bing, comes up with http://www.dnequipment.com/eMerchantPro ... egory=4514 You would probably have to talk to a dealer on the issue - not sure if we have any farm implement techs around, and most likely they don't visit this forum much..


Thanks, I have a copy of the parts breakdown printed from D N Equipment's web site. I spoke to D N, and was told the breakdown was close but not accurate. Think I'll take a bunch of photos and start taking it apart. Thanks Henry
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