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Combines & Harvesters Discussion Forum

Re: what models replaced the following combines...

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DeltaRed

10-08-2012 14:05:46
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Green and Sky are correct.BTW,even though they are older and somewhat more primitive,I would much rather own an x5 series than a xx00 series....




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GreenEnvy

10-08-2012 18:26:37
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 Re: what models replaced the following combines... in reply to DeltaRed, 10-08-2012 14:05:46  
I have both series and I like them both. If I had a couple of hundred acres to cut or less I would take a 5 series. If I had to cut 500 or more acres I would take a 00 series. Like others said, the 5 series are easier to work on and maintain but 00 series are more convenient to run IMO. Unless you have a 5 series from the last 2 years of production, they will have the chain drive cylinder and them stupid shims on the fan pulley. How many of the SB 5 series were diesel percentage wise compared to the 00 series. Same thing with hydros? Its a lot easier to find a 6600 or 770 hydro then a 105 or 95.

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DeltaRed

10-08-2012 20:16:44
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 Re: what models replaced the following combines... in reply to GreenEnvy, 10-08-2012 18:26:37  
I am very familiar with both series-more so with the x5 series.At present,I own :55 roundback;95 sb;late 105 corn(gas) speacial/variable speed cylinder;just sold my 45sb and have just purchaced a 105R(diesel).Not to be a "know it all",you probably cant tell me much about the x5 combines......but there is still much to learn!!



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Bob Bancroft

10-08-2012 16:56:05
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 Re: what models replaced the following combines... in reply to DeltaRed, 10-08-2012 14:05:46  
And figure this one out- when JD had the x5 series there were a few around here, but probably more Gleaners than anything. When JD came out with the xx00 series, they virtually took over the whole market here, and haven't looked back. I don't understand. The cab beside engine thing never appealed to me.



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GreenEnvy

10-08-2012 18:18:22
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 Re: what models replaced the following combines... in reply to Bob Bancroft, 10-08-2012 16:56:05  
Well back in the fall of 1969 when the 00 series came out, half the combines around here didn't even have cabs including ours. So I don't think the engine next to the cab was a big deal at that time. 20 years later different story. Plus the 00 series was the first really new combine seperator design since 1949. As good as the 5 series were, they were an old design that dated all the way back to the early 40s. JD did great work to stretch that design.

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Nathaniel Watts

10-08-2012 14:37:27
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 Re: what models replaced the following combines... in reply to DeltaRed, 10-08-2012 14:05:46  
I have to agree with Delta Red on that one. The early 4400 sure was not much of a replacement for a 95 in capacity either.



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