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Re: help identifying Dearborn-Woods Bros 1 row corn picker

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Richard G.

12-29-2012 09:29:48

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Here is a 1951 picker. Does it look like this?

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12-29-2012 10:20:55

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 Re: help identifying Dearborn-Woods Bros 1 row corn picker in reply to Richard G., 12-29-2012 09:29:48  
No mine doesn't have the trash blower and the frame goes around the wheels.

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12-29-2012 18:09:10

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 Re: help identifying Dearborn-Woods Bros 1 row corn picker in reply to onerowatatime, 12-29-2012 10:20:55  
On the picker the wagon elevator is outside the right wheel and husking bed is over the right wheel. For a short time they did acouding to some lit make a snapper only and that is what that one would be but I have never seen one.

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12-29-2012 09:47:39

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 Re: help identifying Dearborn-Woods Bros 1 row corn picker in reply to Richard G., 12-29-2012 09:29:48  
Never saw one quite like that one. We had a few of'em. That one looks like just a snapper without a husking bed. All of ours had husking beds.

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Richard G.

12-29-2012 10:01:57

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 Re: help identifying Dearborn-Woods Bros 1 row corn picker in reply to rrlund, 12-29-2012 09:47:39  
No husking bed, but if the corn is good and dry, it will husk most of it. The left hand head is weird after running square balers all these years. I guess it is good for my neck to look back to the left some.
Richard in NW SC

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