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Re: 2M-H corn picker

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Kirk Affeldt

11-12-2012 08:07:19
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The picker looks like to be pretty good, considering the age of it. Nice find! My dad had one and I remember helping him put it on and take it off of the M. I don't miss that!! He traded the 2MH for a NI 319-so much easier to mount. The neighbor up the road had one on a 560 and my dad tells me he used to have the sheller for it.I know of another neighbor that has one mounted to an F-20 that has been in the shed for the past 30-40 years. Maybe one day when the farm sale happens, I will acquire that one.

Is that a corn picker cart/mover under it?

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Heat Houser

11-12-2012 18:30:51
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 Re: 2M-H corn picker in reply to Kirk Affeldt, 11-12-2012 08:07:19  
The picker cart is kinda like the Johnny Cash song. Noble 4 row rear cultivator main beam, New Holland front half of a running gear, a piece of a wagon hoist, part of a Case wheel disk, and other odds and ends that I had laying around.

It is a tricycle, with a single wheel in the front.

Mounted the picker, pulled it on the trailer and drove home.



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