IHC Corn Binder Drive Parts
Replacement parts for vintage IHC Corn Binders. IHC-McCormick-Deering Parts for corn binder raising device, clutch, flywheel, gatherer drive, and knife. Part numbers are listed from the original McCormick-Deering parts manuals.
Priced a la carte, using the drop-down boxes. Select the parts needed and the prices will incrementally add for each part(s) selected. To select more than one part in the same drop-down box, select one to add to the cart, and then select continue shopping to add more parts. To deselect click on the "Please Select" again.
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It would be data prohibitive to list each individual part with shipping. Therefore, shipping & handling is based on an average purchase of a few parts. We do charge a minimum $12 flat base rate on all items regardless of the size. This is to cover the cost to process, pack, drop-ship, and actual shipping charges.
Additional shipping may be required for larger orders. We will let you know if additional shipping will be needed. If you checkout using PayPal we can send you an invoice if needed. Otherwise, we will also need to have credit card information as our system does not store it with the order.
20. Flywheel Shaft CA1469
30. Wrist Pin Nut 5/8 x 11 Thread M91-1/2 (Wrist Pin M90 not listed)
37. Sickle Knife Head CB13211 (If you only need the sickle section tooth Click Here) Available for Ground or PTO Driven
39. Side Knife Left C1488
42. Knife Head Cap C13191
44. Side Knife Right C1487
78. Roller Bearing C521M
91. Shifting Collar C13253
93. Driving Clutch C3025
94. Roller Bearing HA4954
97. Bevel Pinion Gear C3224
106. Main Clutch CA3050
Our Amish companies have been making replacement parts since 1950 for what many consider antique or junk farm machinery today. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, just about every farm used the same farm equipment providing ample outlets for replacement parts. As most farmers modernized through the 1900s the Amish still depended on the horse-drawn equipment as many still do today.
Since this equipment is no longer being manufactured and dealers are no longer stocking parts it becomes difficult to keep this old vintage farm machinery operational. Both Amish and vintage farm machinery implement enthusiasts scour junkyards, farms, and tree lines in search of these long-abandoned implements for restoration.
Cottage Craft Works.com travels deep into the back roads to find Amish companies who are still making the replacement parts to maintain and restore this old-time horse-drawn farm machinery.