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Re: Best way to lift MF-S92 header ?????

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Ralph Bauer

01-24-2013 18:40:59

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Forgot to mention that the combine is not currently running; header in the "up" position.

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j hikemper

01-26-2013 06:31:50

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 Re: Best way to lift MF-S92 header ????? in reply to Ralph Bauer, 01-24-2013 18:40:59  
Not Running ??? HEcK , You just as welll bring it to my place,,,,, along with what others have said ,,if you arebringing it home dead ,, You REEALY NEEDA HEAVY Boom pole tractor,,use nylon straps at all attach points ,, iwould have at least 10 bales of hay handy to cushion the movement of the head. after loadeed .you can releive the pressure on cyl. by diconnecting hydro lines ,,if you can lift it it would be best to set that on trailer lastinstead of monkeying with it dead on the trailer... IF YOU WANT TO GET THE MOTOR RUNNIN TO MOVE IT ... DONT EVEN MESS WITH THE GAS TANK ,,,fasten a can of gas to gravity feed new hi octane gas to the carb ,, you may need to pull it ,, make sure your clutch is not stuck ,, if it is that has to be disassembled and cleaned and WORKING,,. , OR ALL BETS ARE OFF PULL STARTING . BTW ,, what is the story behind the history of the well kept 92 ?? and most of all... CONGRATULATIONS on the NICE FIND ... but be prepared for some envious ribbin... LOL

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01-24-2013 19:10:47

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 Re: Best way to lift MF-S92 header ????? in reply to Ralph Bauer, 01-24-2013 18:40:59  
If your trailer is long enough and flat, you could winch the whole machine on backwards, stopping like 10' from where you want the combine to be chained down. Let down the header (on some planks) by opening the hoses. Block the feeder house or hold it up with a loader. Remove feeder house chain. Unhook the feeder house by removing the two pins right in front of the cylinder. Winch the combine on the rest of the way. Set the feeder house down, then lift, and rotate the header sideways.

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