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Combines & Harvesters Discussion Forum

Going over the top.

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Roger - Kansas

10-09-2012 20:22:11

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This is what it looks like loading combines on the drop deck. The back deck is only 40 inches high, it seems a lot higher. These photos do not really let you know what loading is like.

1. Looking down through the steering wheel as you come up on the back deck. 2. Looking a little straighter out the front window.
3.Setting level on the back deck.
4. This is what you see when the combine breaks over onto the bottom deck.
5. Looking slightly down (steering wheel is at bottom of picture) as you are nearing the top.
6. If you are looking fairly straight forwards like driving down the road, this is what you see just as you near the top of the back deck.

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10-11-2012 05:24:57

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 Re: Going over the top. in reply to Roger - Kansas, 10-09-2012 20:22:11  
Roger,I'm glad that its you and not me...Whats really fun is loading and unloading a lever steer 91 IH on a gooseneck trailer..

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SD Pete

10-10-2012 04:26:29

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 Re: Going over the top. in reply to Roger - Kansas, 10-09-2012 20:22:11  
Are loading a new Gleaner?

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Roger - Kansas

10-10-2012 04:44:54

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 Re: Going over the top. in reply to SD Pete, 10-10-2012 04:26:29  
It's a year old S 77 Gleaner with duals. Makes it 18 ft. 4 in. wide. Easier to load with duals than singles. The inside dual fits on the rail, singles you only get half the tire on. If they have spacers you get 1/3 of the tire on and need someone to help load. When the S 77 was introduced I hauled the demonstrator machine around in this area. Logged several thousand miles hauling one with duals on it.

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10-10-2012 18:16:49

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 Re: Going over the top. in reply to Roger - Kansas, 10-10-2012 04:44:54  
Do you haul for engineering field test?

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SD Pete

10-10-2012 08:54:28

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 Re: Going over the top. in reply to Roger - Kansas, 10-10-2012 04:44:54  
I have never seen the s77 in this area. It would make my old M2 look like a mouse.

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