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AllCrop 90 w/Corn Head

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06-03-2014 16:19:09

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Was on ebay and saw this. Thought someone on here might be interested.

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Case Nutty 1660

06-03-2014 22:04:33

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 Re: AllCrop 90 w/Corn Head in reply to oliverkid, 06-03-2014 16:19:09  
neat machine but I have to wonder how far with todays yields how often the bin would need dumped thanks for the link

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06-04-2014 10:05:24

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 Re: AllCrop 90 w/Corn Head in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 06-03-2014 22:04:33  
Mine has the factory extension on the clean grain elevator, and a bin extension. But, the 66 Big Bin held only 25 bu, so even with the extension, you wouldn"t get far down the field.

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06-04-2014 18:08:26

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 Re: AllCrop 90 w/Corn Head in reply to JMS/.MN, 06-04-2014 10:05:24  
My uncle had 2 66s with corn heads years ago, 1 to run and 1 for parts. The one he used had an AC hitch to pull a wagon beside the bin to unload on the go. When I was a kid I would ride on it and turn the auger on to the wagon and change the bag on the scour-kleener, He had a use for everything. Bandit

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Rodge inIL

06-03-2014 19:35:07

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 Re: AllCrop 90 w/Corn Head in reply to oliverkid, 06-03-2014 16:19:09  
Is that the factory cylinder tach on there too? Cool.

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06-04-2014 07:38:02

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 Re: AllCrop 90 w/Corn Head in reply to Rodge inIL, 06-03-2014 19:35:07  
In the late 60's. some accountant in West Allis sent a memo to the branches to scrap the tachometers in parts stock for the All-Crop combines. Apparently the accountant didn't know that the tachometers would screw right onto the end of the cylinders on the CII and G combines. The Service Dept sold them all to dealers for a cheap price instead of scrapping them.

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charlie M

06-03-2014 16:47:28

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 Re: AllCrop 90 w/Corn Head in reply to oliverkid, 06-03-2014 16:19:09  
That's got to be a rare item - not many corn heads or 90's out there.

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06-03-2014 18:52:48

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 Re: AllCrop 90 w/Corn Head in reply to charlie M, 06-03-2014 16:47:28  
1150 corn heads, fit 312,000 combines...Models 60, 66, 72, 90. I found my 66 with corn head for $500 in northern MN, at Kelliher.

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