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    When the going gets wierd, the wierd turn pro...I am a wealth of mostly trivial information.....

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    They would make nice mailbox posts....
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    Sep 2015
    Illinois
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    Quote Originally Posted by DigIron2 View Post
    I don't know, but you made sure they where coming up didn't you what a dig.
    With a name like DigIron2, I'm sure curiosity has gotten the best of you too!! Hard to stop the more of it you uncover
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    "See your doctor if your detector has a detection for more then four hours!"

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    Digger of trash

    Nov 2015
    NW Wisconsin
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    After further review. I am bow thinking that they are crimping rolls off of a haybine or conditioner
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    Sep 2015
    Illinois
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    Well, I just talked to the farmer and he say's they are "snapping rods" from a corn picker late 50's early 60's. I was able to find this one which is somewhat similar.

    Thanks for all the replies. Now they will be re-purposedClick image for larger version. 

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    "See your doctor if your detector has a detection for more then four hours!"

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    Bruce Reigle

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    Shamokin, Pa.
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    Yep, snap rolls. I've changed out lots of them. Yours don't appear to be broken like when they eat a rock, probably from a machine that was scrapped.
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