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Jimmie D. Phelps

02-04-2014 07:29:38

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The combine was mounted so the big wheels were right behind the truck wheels and on hard ground about 5 in. off the ground, when the bin filled or soft ground they would roll so the truck would not get stuck. At corners dad just went past and backed up and that left no corners to do. The header (Electric lift on the header) swong back so he could go down the road when moving to fields. He sold it in 48 when he got his new Massey 21A and the guy that bought it drove it to Texas. Before the NS he run a 1929 Gleaner Baldwin (bought new) and run it until 44 when he made this outfit.

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02-06-2014 14:13:03

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 Re: combine truck combo in reply to Jimmie D. Phelps, 02-04-2014 07:29:38  
Thanks for sharing those neat pictures with us..

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Howard H.

02-05-2014 11:49:18

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 Re: combine truck combo in reply to Jimmie D. Phelps, 02-04-2014 07:29:38  

I sure appreciate all the pics!! Those are so neat! Wish more folks would have been taking pictures from back in those days!

Is that the same L in all pics?? Interesting to see they moved it off lugs to rubber and then added a cab, if it is...

I wonder where in TX the truck/combine wound up??

Some of those pics look like the High Plains!


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Jimmie D. Phelps

02-06-2014 10:25:33

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 Re: combine truck combo in reply to Howard H., 02-05-2014 11:49:18  

Yes the same L. My grandpa bought it new in 1929 Was used regularly up to 1990. and than some until 95. Some pictures through the years. Last pic is how it is now. Motor stuck.

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