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Re: best age enhanced (old) combine

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12-29-2012 17:30:29

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Will do...Did the "Golden harvest" have the push button set up as well? Do you have to carry a voltmeter in the cab ? haha! ..Can't wait for Wed to see those F-3's!!

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Ryan Renko

12-31-2012 15:18:56

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 Re: best age enhanced (old) combine in reply to CORNKING, 12-29-2012 17:30:29  
Yes, the "golden Harvest" edition was basically a F3 in very late model F2. Keep us posted!!

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01-04-2013 09:52:38

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 Re: best age enhanced (old) combine in reply to Ryan Renko, 12-31-2012 15:18:56  
Allright Fella' twist for your combine minds to go...Ilooked at the F-3's , You were all right...nice set up...easy to work on....basic and both in great shape. The twist is they had a IH 1440 in prestine condition for 5k.I liked how the combine was laid out etc and it's well maintained, they told me it was a little underpowered compared to a 1460 but for what I wanted it should fly thru the job...what do ya'll recomend now ?
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01-04-2013 15:38:49

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 Re: best age enhanced (old) combine in reply to CORNKING, 01-04-2013 09:52:38  
Go for the IH and don't look back. For what you're doing it will be great!!

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1968 403

01-04-2013 14:27:27

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 Re: best age enhanced (old) combine in reply to CORNKING, 01-04-2013 09:52:38  
we have a 1680, 1480 and a 403. For the amount of acres you are going to cut i would reccomend a 715

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01-04-2013 15:37:23

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 Re: best age enhanced (old) combine in reply to 1968 403, 01-04-2013 14:27:27  
Just so ya'll know ,He (the equip. dealer)wasn't steering me off the gleaners...he wanted me to know here's another to keep in mind , and I remembered what "Green Envy" had said on the IH's.....
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