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Re: Massey Harris Model 92 Combine

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1206SWMO

01-16-2001 22:34:21
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The 92 MH SP combine was built from 1957-1959 and the Super 92 MH from 1960-1963.You saw lots of them out in the Kansas wheat country.Our area in West Missouri had mostly the smaller 82 and 72 MH SP combines.My dad ran a 1959 72 MH from 1962 to 1966.The 92 and 82 were a better machine than the 72.




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pete

01-17-2001 14:58:02
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 Re: Re: Massey Harris Model 92 Combine in reply to 1206SWMO, 01-16-2001 22:34:21  
Thanks for the info! Very interesting. It is in such good condition that it is a real eye catcher.



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jakee

01-18-2001 11:57:26
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 Re: Re: Re: Massey Harris Model 92 Combine in reply to pete, 01-17-2001 14:58:02  
pete it was probly the greatest self=propeled combine to ever roll in to a field,as a kid i use to stand on the prarrie in north dakota and watch truck after truck load of them moving north with the custom cutter,s,it was raere to see a international or john deere at that time.have a couzin in north dakota that still runs 2 super 92,s.



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Poor Farm Jim

01-19-2001 16:38:47
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Massey Harris Model 92 Combine in reply to jakee, 01-18-2001 11:57:26  
Jakee,

Would you see many Gleaners, I heard they used a lot of them on the wheat harvests, too? I'm from corn country. Would like to have seen the wheat harvest then.

Jim



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jakee

01-23-2001 20:03:51
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Massey Harris Model 92 Combine in reply to Poor Farm Jim, 01-19-2001 16:38:47  
jim the only odd one i use to remember was 1 cutter ran mm-combines i think he had 4 of them.with there round tanks and the color they kind of stode out.jim remember massy was user friendly there combines were easy to transport on trucks.they use to have a frame over the cab on the truck and sat the header on that.there wetre a lot of cockshutt combines in the dakotas and were real good machines,remember most of the dakota wheat was windrowed also,so the old pull types were all over the place,a machine that takes only wheat down lastes a lot longer,we did over 500acers witha 12-a john deere and farmall m tractor,back then wen you worked in the spring the plow went behind the tractor then a culipacker then the drill , they were called pony drills, and it was a one shot operation.

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pete

01-18-2001 18:53:53
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Massey Harris Model 92 Combine in reply to jakee, 01-18-2001 11:57:26  
jakee, thanks for the info, it appeared that the owner may still use the machine, as it would be hard to maintain it's condition without either lot's of upkeep or careful use. It was used, but original in beautiful condition, but not restored. thanks, Pete



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