Recognize This?


| April 2009

  • stationary thresher
    Perhaps these "bones" were once a stationary thresher.

  • stationary thresher

A group from our Lewis-Clark Antique Power Club has located some “bones” from an old stationary thresher, but can find no identifying marks. This picture shows the spike-tooth cylinder unit with a unique right angle gear drive. Hopefully one of your readers can help us learn the make of the unit.

David Ruark
274 Malone Hill Rd.
Pomeroy, WA 99347
e-mail: elephant@pomeroy-wa.com


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