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Agri King

11-09-2013 05:11:29
166.147.104.144



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Agri King

11-10-2013 15:37:47
166.147.104.171



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 Re: Whoops! in reply to Agri King, 11-09-2013 05:11:29  
Looks like it happened right there. Another Local late model JD side hill did the same thing a couple years ago. Glad I don't have to work on green combines. Their rotary looks a lot like the cylinder machine. Belts behind jackshafts, jackshafts behind belts....etc.



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Lazy WP

11-09-2013 16:10:32
72.173.141.80



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 Re: Whoops! in reply to Agri King, 11-09-2013 05:11:29  
Back in the early 90s, used to see lots of red machines that were split in to. My cousins hubby made a living welding them back together, for quite a number of years.



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Farmboy856

11-09-2013 09:50:29
69.61.172.31



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 Re: Whoops! in reply to Agri King, 11-09-2013 05:11:29  
In 1970, my grandad had an IH 403 combine and running a three row ch, he put the RH drive wheel on backwards--- dish out---and ran it 2 days before breaking the final drive housing. I was 8 yrs old, and I can't remember why he did it, but we finally threw that busted final drive on a scrap load about 3 years ago. A neighbor still uses that combine to run some small fields of beans and wheat.



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gtractorfan

11-09-2013 17:09:13
71.66.229.3



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 Re: Whoops! in reply to Farmboy856, 11-09-2013 09:50:29  
Probably ran it that way to set the wheel out farther because of mud. My dad did that at least once, both sides.



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bermuda ken

11-09-2013 09:27:58
50.50.17.146



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 Re: Whoops! in reply to Agri King, 11-09-2013 05:11:29  
That photo must be faked....the green with yellow wheeled ones usually burn up. :)



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Harvey2

11-09-2013 09:25:24
74.138.175.233



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 Re: Whoops! in reply to Agri King, 11-09-2013 05:11:29  
How steep wuz the hill they were on?

I have often wondered that the hillside combines are in a lot of strain from the hills that they are used in.



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Kow Farmer

11-09-2013 08:53:46
76.77.202.46



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 Re: Whoops! in reply to Agri King, 11-09-2013 05:11:29  
Suppose this person spoke some French after this happened? LOL
Kow Farmer Kurt



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Ande

11-09-2013 08:32:56
66.231.103.186



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 Re: Whoops! in reply to Agri King, 11-09-2013 05:11:29  
Corn + Extensions = Final drive damage



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jic

11-09-2013 05:51:54
66.103.108.22



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 Re: Whoops! in reply to Agri King, 11-09-2013 05:11:29  
wonder how much bigger the grain tank extension is ?



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Joe Young

11-09-2013 05:44:36
64.126.67.114



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 Re: Whoops! in reply to Agri King, 11-09-2013 05:11:29  
I bet that ruined his whole day...and part of the next!



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1370rod

11-09-2013 05:42:52
184.158.87.239



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 Re: Whoops! in reply to Agri King, 11-09-2013 05:11:29  
Ouch, the same thing happened to my son in laws dad. 1480 with a huge grain topper. Looked the same laying on the ground just a different color. Rod.



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casecollectorsc

11-09-2013 05:22:25
64.33.231.136



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 Re: Whoops! in reply to Agri King, 11-09-2013 05:11:29  
Guess it can happen to all of them, even the mighty JD!! Suppose insurance gives them a new one??



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Michael Beeker

11-09-2013 07:13:19
98.28.61.198



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 Re: Whoops! in reply to casecollectorsc, 11-09-2013 05:22:25  
That makes me feel bad, and it's not even mine. But I noticed it's easier to get up the stairs to the cab now. LOL

Mike



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