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Compliments of Rays

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I don't know who RayS is, but Maynard came up with this set of pictures and he has been able to come up with what no one else has over and over again. I will be saving this set myself. Dan aka IronPony

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I got the pictures from RayS's photo upload file. Ray had originally posted the pictures to this post and gave the photo taker credit for them but removed them because of a complaint from that member that sent them to Ray and who had also uploaded them to this site. Roy knows who this member is so nothing more needs to be said. I feel that if photos are uploaded to the site for the benefit of the members to see they belong to the site. They contained information that a member needed and were stored on this sites server therefor I re-posted them for the benefit of the members. Roy I have a parts manual in PDF some where but if you contact MacKissic they will send the info you need to you. That is how I got mine. MACKISSIC, INC. P.O. BOX 111 Parker Ford, PA 19457-0111 PHONE: 1-800-348-1117 FAX: 1-610-495-5951 EMAIL: info@mackissic.com http://www.mackissic.com/ OFFICE HOURS: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday http://mackissic.com/partsbreakdownchoosr.htm

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Maynard, Thank you for the clarification. Regarding information from Mackissic. I have looked at the parts breakdown pfd's at the link you posted. It doesn't have a file for the old Mackissics that fit our tractors. Will try a phone call or e-mail to them but a model number first would help. I appreciate the help.

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9-AC 9-P 9-S Shredder grinder 12-S Chipper Shredder The big difference between the grinder and the chipper besides the cutting wheel and knife is the size of the shaft The Shredder grinder has a 1" shaft. The chipper has a 1 1/8" or 1 3/16" shaft. http://www.simpletractors.com/simplicity/1982_atch/page_4.htm http://www.simpletractors.com/models/300_series/compost_grinder.htm

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