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Re: Pics-Rough 123 McCormick Combine Near Me

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Dr. Ed

12-16-2012 18:14:53

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That's not a 123SP, its a 125 SPVC, an upgraded version. It has a different grain pan (1 piece instead of a 2 piece hinged affair, 123 only),large single tires instead of the duals used on the 123 SP,125 SP and 125 SPV and the lowered grain tank with the unloading auger started on the 125 SP. Nearly the same machines with yearly upgrades.

The next model was the 127 with a variable speed drive, top mounted engine and slightly longer walker.

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12-18-2012 05:46:46

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 Re: Pics-Rough 123 McCormick Combine Near Me in reply to Dr. Ed, 12-16-2012 18:14:53  

My Dad had a 123 that had been upgraded to a 125..It had the one piece platform auger with no canvas,the dual drive wheels had been converted to singles,the bin had been lowered and an unloading auger installed,and the tricycle rear wheels were done away with..

Its hard to find a 100% original 123 but I got lucky and did in 2008..I'm thinking that this combine is a 123 because the lowered grain bin still has the slide dump mechanism and it still has the tricycle rear end..

Here are scans of my original 123,125,and 127 McCormick sales literature..

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