IHC Mower Main Frame-Axle Parts
Replacement mainframe and axle parts for vintage IHC, McCormick-Deering #7, and #9 sickle bar mowers. The parts diagram is for the #9 mower, but most parts were interchangeable unless noted specifically in one model.
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 deselect hit select parts again.
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High wear available parts are listed below mostly by the original McCormick-Deering Parts manuals. Use the drop-down boxes to select the parts needed.
Main Frame and Axle Parts
#1 Key Q81
#2 Pawl Holder MD2528 RH & MD2529 LH
#3 Pawl Spring 76DS
#6 Thrust Spacer Washer QA3787
#7 Main Axle Oil Seal M42523
#9 & #10 Axle Bearings IHC #7 and #9 Mower takes (4ea) M22734, IHC #7 takes (2ea) in addition M22731
#11 Axle Bearing Race ST905 (fits bearings M22734) ST906 (fits bearings M22731)
#16 Universal reproduction cast seat is available at the Click Here link located at the bottom of the page.
#18 Gear Box Gasket, IHC #7 M2292, IHC #9 M42063 (Note: the #9 gasket is stamped from thinner gasket material than the originals and will need to be used with modern-day gasket maker silicones). The #7 will come in a roll of vinyl rubber tubing that fits in the channel around the gasket edge and will expand when the lid is tightened down.
#21 Groove Pin M42174 7/16 x 3-1/2"
#27 Flywheel Bolt Q1199
Clutch Parts, the second diagram
#1 & #9 Bearing, two bearings ST207 are used on the clutch shaft, this same bearing is also used on the pitman shaft.
Timing Rod, third diagram MA1401 #7, #9
Click Here for the #16 cast universal replacement implement seat.
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.
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A note on shipping cost: If you are just needing a small part such as a bolt, nut, or shim please contact us to order, otherwise the shipping calculator is set assuming that several parts will be ordered from this section at the same time.
These replacement parts have very little markup for us, especially when we just sell one item like a bolt and nut. In order to help defray the time and cost to process, credit card fees, and the labor to pack and transport to the post office, regardless of how much it cost to ship, we do charge a minimum $12 base rate for shipping and handling fees even if it is a small part.