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Re: Is a 660 a pretty good machine?

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Case Nutty 1660

09-30-2012 22:57:28
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I have never ran milo or beans as we raise small grains here but they did make a 660 edible bean special so I am guessing they would do very well, a friend of mine has a 600 which is the same machine only a few ponies less motor and he ran it several times in 90-100 bushel wheat 10' hdr and a straw chopper he said it performed very well for it's size, if you just have a small acreage I would say one would do you a good job even if you had to run a little slower, I have a fairly large herd of Case combines and I have custom cut for years with them as well as doing my own crops, I figuare they will last more than my life time with proper care, first two are lit scans next is my friends 600 and the the pic above shows several of my machines in 88 bushel averaging wheat, these machines all are running the biggest available hdr they had and did a outstanding job threshing and cleaning as well as saving grain cnt

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 Re: Is a 660 a pretty good machine? in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 09-30-2012 22:57:28  
I remember back around 2001 being at a farm near here that had two 660s setting inside a shed. One had 'old abe' graphics and one had 'dollar sign' graphics. Both were gas and had cabs. The newer one had a pickup reel and floating cutterbar with auto header height control. The older one had a rigid head with a pickup reel. They and the pair of 2-row corn heads with them had been unused for at least 15 years, and were still very nice looking. The owner had switched to hay-only at that time. The property was sold in 2007. There never was an auction, the machinery just disappeared, and then the buildings were demolished . . . don't know what became of the combines.

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