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Combines & Harvesters Discussion Forum

small combine--I'm surprised nobody is trying to market this

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Tim(nj)

09-28-2012 16:24:29
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This is made in Brazil . . . haven't seen anybody try to import them yet . . .




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Tom from Ontario

09-29-2012 12:27:32
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 Re: small combine--I'm surprised nobody is trying to mark... in reply to Tim(nj), 09-28-2012 16:24:29  
Tim: I think that looks great. Way back< I ran a JF for a day on a Fordson Super Major and it was doing a good job, but seeing the cutterbar was impossible as I was about two feet too short. I like the idea of the cutterbar right beside you and yes, I think it would work in wet fields much better than a pull type (says the guy who put 18x26's on a Massey Clipper once upon a time)



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Paul from MI

09-28-2012 19:07:42
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 Re: small combine--I'm surprised nobody is trying to mark... in reply to Tim(nj), 09-28-2012 16:24:29  
Lots bigger than some of the self propelled rice combines I saw in Japan. They were about 1 meter(3') cut with the operator seated on top of the straw walkers.



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oj

09-28-2012 17:06:54
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 Re: small combine--I'm surprised nobody is trying to mark... in reply to Tim(nj), 09-28-2012 16:24:29  
reminds me of the combine JF (from Denmark) made in the 70s.



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RevJJ

09-28-2012 16:51:37
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 Re: small combine--I'm surprised nobody is trying to mark... in reply to Tim(nj), 09-28-2012 16:24:29  
I can't help but believe that would be a whole lot handier as a pull type rather than a mounted machine



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Tim(nj)

09-28-2012 18:46:30
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 Re: small combine--I'm surprised nobody is trying to mark... in reply to RevJJ, 09-28-2012 16:51:37  
The only advantage I can think of about this setup over a pull-type is in soybeans or peas, you can watch the cutterbar as closely as you would on an SP.



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