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Combines & Harvesters Discussion Forum

Re: Have choice of Two, which combine should I buy - need advice

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fort steel tractors

12-14-2012 08:29:15
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oh ya i forgot- im alos stuck on how to haul the all crop 60 if i decide on that one - its wide - 10'6" which puts it over width on my trailer deck.

any suggestions on how to haul these?

I was thinking of taking the pickup/ header off and then the hitch. Then i would pick up and put the the body of the combine down the lengh of the trailer. i kno thos bolts holding all this together have not been turned in 60 years so I will have to have my torch handy and a decent front end loader to lift on.

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Tom Yaz

12-14-2012 13:51:26
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 Re: Have choice of Two, which combine should I buy - need advice in reply to fort steel tractors, 12-14-2012 08:29:15  
the combine can roll on a 106" wide trailer..

Other wise...



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casecollectorsc

12-14-2012 11:44:10
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 Re: Have choice of Two, which combine should I buy - need advice in reply to fort steel tractors, 12-14-2012 08:29:15  
If the wheels are less than 8' apart it will go on a gooseneck trailer. Back it on, chain it, flag the overwidth and go.



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