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Been looking for rivets for my sickle bar on the power max, Parts book said it was a #5 1/2 rivet. Well no one knows what that is any more. The Bad part of it is the are 7/32s x 5/8, and no one stocks them just 3/16 or 1/4. Persistence wins out I found them here :D; http://www.sickleservice.com/page/140/ Now to see when they get here.

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Same source used for B series sicklebar knives and rivets. I'll have to look through my notes for which P/N those were. Do the larger, Pmax sickles use the same size knives?

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