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Re: IHC McCormick Deering Combine/Harvester Model????

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11-13-2013 05:13:00

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Mike, what year was the 42 made? That is what Dad had and pulled with the PTO on a 44 2N Ford.

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11-13-2013 18:26:37

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 Re: IHC McCormick Deering Combine/Harvester Model???? in reply to Leroy, 11-13-2013 05:13:00  
The 42 was made '40 to '44. Sounds like a nice setup. Was the 2N geared low enough for a combine or was there a step-down in the transmission?


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11-14-2013 05:14:37

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 Re: IHC McCormick Deering Combine/Harvester Model???? in reply to Absent Minded Farmer, 11-13-2013 18:26:37  
Probably before the step up was installed and I have never seen a step down. The step up gave a speed equal to 4th in your Farmal H, a blank spot that was fixed with the 8N. And the step up - step down also changed the PTO speed in the same ratio as the ground speed as those units replaced the input shaft in the front of the transmission from the clutch. I was about 3 when Dad got it, that would have been in 1946, the same year he bought a GI corn picker he also pulled with the Ford and might have been about 7 when he sold it. Person that bought it picked it up with a Allis B. At that time Dad bought a used Allis 60 combine with the engine. 5' cut instead of 3 1/2' cut. I do not know if it had the rasp bar or spike tooth cylinder but it did have the grain tank.

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