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Combines & Harvesters Discussion Forum

Combining Old School!!!!!

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D1206

09-27-2012 21:07:56
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Thrashing done with IH 1206 and IH 914




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D1206

09-28-2012 19:55:46
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 Re: Combining Old School!!!!! in reply to D1206, 09-27-2012 21:07:56  
We are 40 miles from Drumheller and yes it is a good museum.Lived in this area all my life,so you kinda take the scenery for granted..



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Paul from MI

09-28-2012 19:10:11
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 Re: Combining Old School!!!!! in reply to D1206, 09-27-2012 21:07:56  
Red Deer area is a really beautiful area. We were amazed at the dinosaur museum in Drumheller. If you are ever close don't miss it.



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1206SWMO

09-28-2012 19:07:08
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 Re: Combining Old School!!!!! in reply to D1206, 09-27-2012 21:07:56  
Sweet..



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tomstractorsandtoys1

09-28-2012 14:23:34
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 Re: Combining Old School!!!!! in reply to D1206, 09-27-2012 21:07:56  
Neat pics. I am almost 100% john deere but I always thought a 1206 was one sharp tractor,the white grill and fenders make them look great.I hae never even been close to a big pull-type combine but I have the sales brochures to the Deere 96 and 106 and think there are neat.Thanks for posting.



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D1206

09-28-2012 11:11:37
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 Re: Combining Old School!!!!! in reply to D1206, 09-27-2012 21:07:56  
I am east of Red Deer Alberta an hour,it was barley that ran out not too bad.Some quack grass that's getting a drink of roundup next day or so...



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Jim in Sask

09-28-2012 07:35:48
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 Re: Combining Old School!!!!! in reply to D1206, 09-27-2012 21:07:56  
Great pictures - how did the crop turn out? Western Canada somewhere?



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Bruce from Can.

09-28-2012 06:43:59
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 Re: Combining Old School!!!!! in reply to D1206, 09-27-2012 21:07:56  
Job done well , and at a low cost too I'll bet.



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D1206

09-28-2012 05:51:46
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 Re: Combining Old School!!!!! in reply to D1206, 09-27-2012 21:07:56  
Thanx,both machines ran pretty good too...



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d282

09-28-2012 04:57:07
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 Re: Combining Old School!!!!! in reply to D1206, 09-27-2012 21:07:56  
Nice Pictures! I am going to start combining my beans tomorrow with an 82 and 560.



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agpilot

09-28-2012 17:28:52
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 Re: Combining Old School!!!!! in reply to d282, 09-28-2012 04:57:07  
Hi D282: ...and you will post pictures of those 2 doing some work..?



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RedRoundhead

09-28-2012 10:09:13
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 Re: Combining Old School!!!!! in reply to d282, 09-28-2012 04:57:07  
I have been taking mine off this week with a 560D and an 82 combine. Working out really, really well this year.

Best of luck!



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d282

09-28-2012 11:47:14
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 Re: Combining Old School!!!!! in reply to RedRoundhead, 09-28-2012 10:09:13  
are you running in 1st gear or second, taking two or three rows?

I am looking forward to it, just hope it works like it should.

Thanks



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RedRoundhead

09-28-2012 19:28:24
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 Re: Combining Old School!!!!! in reply to d282, 09-28-2012 11:47:14  
I am running 1st gear, which puts me @ 2.5 MPH, in direct drive. I am taking 4 rows of 36" tall beans. I have the 21" reel drive pulley, and the slow speed auger drive pulley installed. Running cylinder adjust levers about 4 notches down from all the way closed (top). I put a brand new cylinder drive belt on this year; I always forget the difference new rubber makes. Spinning cylinder @ 673 RPM. Very little,if any, cracking of beans. Moisture @ 12.1%

Chaffer set to just lets unthreshed pods thru, shoe sieve set close to barely let clean beans thru.

I also run a SkourKleen, with the slotted soybean screen; removes ALOT of weed and pod halves.

I run the head right on the ground, and keep a sharp eye for rocks.

Best of luck!

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