Finger bar

the horizontal bar, carrying slotted spikes, or fingers, through which the vibratory knives of mowing and reaping machines play.

See also: Finger

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The heavy iron work, that is, the wheel, frame and gear, are painted stone green, and the tips, rims or edges, small irons and levers, and the finger bar are nickel plated." Haworth & Sons, Decatur, 111., exhibited an all-steel check-row corn planter entirely finished in "glistening nickel plate."
The extensive collection includes a Park Dray on four wheels with shafts and pole, Marston Wagonette with shafts and pole, an eight-seat wagonette with disk breaks, a Victoria Carriage with leather hood, a ladies' Phaeton, a Charlie Pinney Hitch cart, breaking cart for a heavy horse, a Gambo Body plough, a Norfolk Market Cart on 60" wheels, an Ox cart and pole, a Ransome Simms Plough, a Pierce Finger Bar Mower, pairs show harness and pairs working harness and various draught horse implement harnesses, ploughs and ridges.