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Combines & Harvesters Discussion Forum

Here is a neat custom harvest picture!!!

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JD Seller

02-06-2013 20:46:36
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Here is a picture from the 1970s.




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Tech 7

02-07-2013 16:46:21
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 Re: Here is a neat custom harvest picture!!! in reply to JD Seller, 02-06-2013 20:46:36  
The guy that used to custom combine for me had a mid 70's Chev similar to that. It featured a 427 in front of a 13 speed. Every load we hauled was to the top of the boards and she would walk along pretty nice. Yes it was on air brakes. He also had a mate to this truck with juice brakes that I wouldn't drive loaded or empty.



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casecollectorsc

02-07-2013 19:23:30
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 Re: Here is a neat custom harvest picture!!! in reply to Tech 7, 02-07-2013 16:46:21  
Friend of mine has a 427 two stick, 5 and 4 and air brakes.



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GarrettFields

02-07-2013 15:43:48
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 Re: Here is a neat custom harvest picture!!! in reply to JD Seller, 02-06-2013 20:46:36  
I would love to find one of those trailers!



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Fixerupper

02-07-2013 06:32:20
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 Re: Here is a neat custom harvest picture!!! in reply to JD Seller, 02-06-2013 20:46:36  
Those poor ol C70's probably couldn't do any more than 45-50 MPH on the flat on a calm day pulling those combines. The wind resistance is terrible. Jim



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todd hamilton

02-07-2013 15:53:24
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 Re: Here is a neat custom harvest picture!!! in reply to Fixerupper, 02-07-2013 06:32:20  
cousin had one, had the 366 overhauled and hopped up a little, took off the noise abatement mufflers and dumped glass pacs under the cab, she would run 75 MHP empty :)



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gillet598

02-07-2013 02:40:34
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 Re: Here is a neat custom harvest picture!!! in reply to JD Seller, 02-06-2013 20:46:36  
i need to find a truck in ny like one of these to go with my 1160



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Ralph Bauer

02-08-2013 06:05:21
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 Re: Here is a neat custom harvest picture!!! in reply to gillet598, 02-07-2013 02:40:34  
look to the mid/southern midwest. Plenty around and in good body shape.
Ralph in OK.



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R Wyler

02-07-2013 11:03:48
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 Re: Here is a neat custom harvest picture!!! in reply to gillet598, 02-07-2013 02:40:34  
A tandem axle that size would be nice I am looking for one. One thing I learned already is that too small of a truck along with the elevator being nearly an hour round trip can slow down the cutting quite a bit. Be nice to haul in a good 500 bushels at a time.



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todd hamilton

02-07-2013 15:55:06
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 Re: Here is a neat custom harvest picture!!! in reply to R Wyler, 02-07-2013 11:03:48  
yes but the hydraulic brakes on those beasts are not much when loaded :(



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R Wyler

02-08-2013 05:20:46
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 Re: Here is a neat custom harvest picture!!! in reply to todd hamilton, 02-07-2013 15:55:06  
I have wondered how well the fluid breaks worked on them. My single axle has to get break work before it goes on the road again. Even a nice single axle with 16ft bed would be nice so I could fill both trucks and also have an extra. Also it is not a very good experience when the hoist fails at the eleveator with a line waiting behind..... Yes I have had the pleasure. The 53 Chevy is no longer in my little fleet.

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DeltaRed

02-06-2013 21:52:54
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 Re: Here is a neat custom harvest picture!!! in reply to JD Seller, 02-06-2013 20:46:36  
Great pic! Thanks for posting.I espeacially like that 75(?) blue/white Chevy.



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