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Re: aliss charmers combine 66

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10-09-2013 07:29:28

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The op manual lists settings for over 100 crops (thus All Crop 100 terminology). You"ll find the adjustments easy to make. Back then, most combines did not have crank adjustment for cyl and fan speed.

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10-09-2013 09:43:16

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 Re: aliss charmers combine 66 in reply to JMS/.MN, 10-09-2013 07:29:28  
That combine did have crank adjustment for cylinder speed but not fan speed.Concave clearance is big factor as well as speed. Was the seed left in the straw or knocked out?

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keith smith

10-09-2013 12:58:37

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 Re: aliss charmers combine 66 in reply to Leroy, 10-09-2013 09:43:16  
seed must have been blown out with the straw....
i wont have a chance to try till next yr .....i am growing some barley and rye and oats next yr.... are they any easier than buckwheat.......

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10-09-2013 16:09:22

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 Re: aliss charmers combine 66 in reply to keith smith, 10-09-2013 12:58:37  
I don't even know what buckweat looks like let alone how it harvestes. We ran wheat, oats, soybeans, red clover and timothy with ours but30+ years ago. Neighbor did rhy but he had an extra low gear in the tractor he used and it got very tall.

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