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Re: Allcrop 60

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Dave8N in Pa

10-23-2013 09:02:43

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I bought my Allcrop for $100 and have never seen one work. It looks to be in good shape except for the canvas. I'm told there are different screens available but I didn't ask the price. It was kept in a shed all it's life till the last couple years. I'm only farming 90 acres so I think it's big enough to suit me. I'm going to try to find a manual for it. Any idea where to find the right canvas? What is the right canvas? What years the 60 was built? Any information is greatly appreciated.

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10-23-2013 20:34:38

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 Re: Allcrop 60 in reply to Dave8N in Pa, 10-23-2013 09:02:43  
WCCO for the canvases. 60 was built in the late 1940s----Dad bought his first about 1949. Traded for the 66 in 1957, after buying the WD45 in 1956. Finally had a live pto tractor, big improvement over the WC.

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10-23-2013 20:35:17

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 Re: Allcrop 60 in reply to JMS/.MN, 10-23-2013 20:34:38  
Should be WCCO Belting.

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10-23-2013 11:23:34

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 Re: Allcrop 60 in reply to Dave8N in Pa, 10-23-2013 09:02:43  
We always opened a new field up without the straw spreader off and the side dust hood flipped up, counter-clockwise,following the fence around the field, then put the straw spreader back on..


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10-23-2013 11:19:27

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 Re: Allcrop 60 in reply to Dave8N in Pa, 10-23-2013 09:02:43  
Great machines...!

One thing to remember: Always take the bottom doors loose ( of both elevators) at the end and beginning of the season.

I leave them hanging down when stored, so mice poop does not cause rust on the bottom doors. You will need at least a couple seed for Soybeans, another for Wheat and another for Timothy and Clover.. If you cut Soybeans with it..better Practice STOPPING extremely fast and learn how to force the machine to come to a Stop (mechanically), to keep Rocks from getting up into the cylinder bars..!!! We seldom needed to put any tension on the canvas, while operating..or not very much if any.. Ron.

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