Sickle Servicer tool (by Johnson Farm Machinery in Woodland, California) is a unique, multiple operation tool used to replace sickle sections on most types of sickle bars. It quickly removes sickle sections (blades) by shearing off the rivets. It punches out the remaining pieces of rivets and then it attaches new sickle sections by properly setting new rivets -- all with one tool.
Johnson’s Sickle Servicer tools have been in use for more than 50 years. It’s a great design!. You can’t do it any easier. No more grinding off rivet heads and hand punching out rivets. No more hammering and pounding to try and set rivets.
Designed for ease of operation, the Sickle Servicer is strong, sturdy, powerful and lightweight, yet made entirely of steel. This tool is a complete servicer for any type sickle bar: mower, combine, windrower, forage harvester. The Johnson Sickle Servicer will remove and replace either mower (extended-back) or combine (flush-back) sections without the use of extra attachments. Each Servicer is equipped with dies to rivet either oval head or countersunk flat-head rivets and a rivet punch to remove the old rivets. The rivet punch and the riveting dies are made of heat treated tool steel to withstand continued use.