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Re: Help out an Eagle Scout

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Bryce Frazier

03-21-2013 06:45:14

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Thanks for the replies every one! It is for sure a IH horse drawn combine. It has one very large drive wheel underneath, a pan seat and huge wooden pickup reel. Next to it is a horse drawn sickle mower. I am keeping the Ferguson for sure, it runs drives and even has fluid in the tires. I plan on restoring that tractor as an "In Memory Of" for our neighbor. I just found another hay rake yesterday, I think that it is a JD on steel wheels, it is a side delivery. I has about 20 inch big trees grown up in and around it, and I couldn't even see it from the road! I am a for real Eagle Scout, no worries! I too am tired of being spammed on Craigs List! I got my Eagle 11/9/11, my number is 10254. I am in the Inland North West Council. Thanks again everyone! TractorDude

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Roger in Iowa

03-21-2013 06:56:56

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 Re: Help out an Eagle Scout in reply to Bryce Frazier, 03-21-2013 06:45:14  
Not an IH combine, believe it is a grain binder.

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Bryce Frazier

03-21-2013 07:22:54

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 Re: Help out an Eagle Scout in reply to Roger in Iowa, 03-21-2013 06:56:56  
Oh okay cool! I don't know that much about combines, binders, and threshers. I know for a fact that it has the wooden pick up reel a sickle bar right underneath it, and then a wooden chain drive conveyor belt right behind the sickle, quite a complex machine! What would it do? Cut the grain and then tie it together so that it could be hauled to the thresher? I will try to get a picture today, but it is raining cats and dogs and my mom wont want me to get her $500 camera wet. :)

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nebraska cowman

03-21-2013 07:51:29

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 Re: Help out an Eagle Scout in reply to Bryce Frazier, 03-21-2013 07:22:54  
Yes, Bryce, It could well be a binder. Yes, bundles to be run through thresher.

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