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Combines & Harvesters Discussion Forum

You guys never mentioned THIS!!!

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Dave H (MI)

07-26-2014 08:52:22

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Not sure I want to own one but I would sure have liked to TRY one this past winter!

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07-26-2014 20:40:58

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 Re: You guys never mentioned THIS!!! in reply to Dave H (MI), 07-26-2014 08:52:22  
Everything could stay turned off. Just have a hydraulic reel motor or drive chain for the augers. Hook it to the quick tach. I would probably take out the feeder use chain so it didn't accidentally ingest some snow. It swould probably hood good her her to run a little in the winter. It would be a pretty easy fab with a three point unit and would make life a breeze!

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Dave H (MI)

07-27-2014 07:13:55

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 Re: You guys never mentioned THIS!!! in reply to Notjustair, 07-26-2014 20:40:58  
Not a project for me! I'm still trying to figure out the harvesting part. As for running it in winter, maybe a drive around the lanes AFTER the tractor has cleared them? Good visibility, heat...of course I have a little roll in the back 40 and I am not sure I want to add slippery to the joy of downhill combine driving!

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j hikemper

07-26-2014 19:18:24

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 Re: You guys never mentioned THIS!!! in reply to Dave H (MI), 07-26-2014 08:52:22  
see no reason why it could not be done,,,simply remove feedr house ,, and adapt from there ,,, on the other hand why would anyone want to put at risk their combine in such a manner,,. unless the thresher is garbaged out junk ...

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Dave H (MI)

07-27-2014 07:09:37

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 Re: You guys never mentioned THIS!!! in reply to j hikemper, 07-26-2014 19:18:24  
I'm with you. I would like to see it in action but don't want it on my combine. Three flights of augers sticking up, what? About six feet? This thing looks like it is serious about drifts. Gonna have to look for some video.

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the flying belgian

07-26-2014 11:48:17

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 Re: You guys never mentioned THIS!!! in reply to Dave H (MI), 07-26-2014 08:52:22  
I'm sorry. I thought we had mentioned it.

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Dave H (MI)

07-26-2014 18:41:14

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 Re: You guys never mentioned THIS!!! in reply to the flying belgian, 07-26-2014 11:48:17  
Seriously...snow blowing with a combine? I'm SURE I would remember that. Found that picture whilst looking for a pic of a rock trap. It

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07-27-2014 12:54:20

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 Re: You guys never mentioned THIS!!! in reply to Dave H (MI), 07-26-2014 18:41:14  
The Uni of New Idea (don't think Minnie Moline had the option in their day?) of a factory snow blower on their mule.

However it didnt work well the Mule was very heavy on the left side and very light with only a blower on it on the right side, so you were basically stuck all the time. Folks would bolt 1000lbs of wheel weights on the one side to make it work....

On a more modern combine, the cold winters we have, I wouldn't want that. Getting the hydraulics and vee belts to work in minus 10 F temps would not be fun.


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