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Re. replacment combine

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Author  [Modern View]

10-25-2012 12:26:01
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Went to look at 2144 today about 750 seperator hours it was very cheaply priced for a combine in the shape it was was there a problem or problems with these machines the asking price was that of a machine in the 1440 range?




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Dalet

10-28-2012 21:31:44
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 Re: Re. replacment combine in reply to FarmerZeb, 10-25-2012 12:26:01  
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Live and learn. A 1640 is a much better machine than a 1440 and both can have 6 row heads. You just have to figure out how too keep them moving with the tiny grain tank.



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Huskers86

10-27-2012 23:09:01
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 Re: Re. replacment combine in reply to , 10-25-2012 12:26:01  
It's more of a 4 row machine I'd think than a 6 row. I'd be asking about the hydrostat and the motor if it's cheap.



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paul Em

10-26-2012 18:08:28
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 Re: Re. replacment combine in reply to , 10-25-2012 12:26:01  
Erik has a good point, depending on the size of farms in your area the 2144 is in between small and big.

Another thing to consider is how much the heads will be on top of that. 6 row corn heads in good shape are NOT cheap in my area.



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Erik Ks farmer

10-25-2012 13:11:28
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 Re: Re. replacment combine in reply to , 10-25-2012 12:26:01  
If I had to take a blind guess, I'd say your price is low since not many guys want a 6 row combine these days. Too new and too expensive for the weekend warrior and too little for the bto. There are two 2144's running in the neighborhood that appear to be solid machines.



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