Here is my brother's 1975 Gleaner F Bean Special. Ran her fot the first time today. All went well, took about 130 bushels off of a small 3.5 acre field to get the hang of it. Have to make do with the rigid head for now. Not ideal, but it works.
Re: My brother's new Gleaner F in reply to Matt in the Thumb, 09-30-2012 20:02:14
I can't complain. Put some fuel in it, oiled the chains, greased every zerk I could find, aired up the tires, topped off all the fluids, cleaned the glass, then tried to keep the rigid cutter bar off the dirt while not leaving half the soybeans out in the field!
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