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Re: MM 840 self propelled forage harvester

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Gil from CA

10-10-2013 12:37:47

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C.H.Wendel"s book Oliver Hart Parr shows pictures of the White-Oliver 830 chopper, the White Oliver 840 SP chopper & the White-Oliver 820 blower. Apparently the 840 could have been ordered with either Chrysler 440 gas engine and sold for $11,400 as the standard, or a GMC 478 gas engine which sold for $11,430, or a Hercules 478 diesel
which went for $12,920. These prices were without the head. The 830 base price was at $2,800, with the pickup at $800 and the 2 row head at $1,550. The 830 evidently had a 6 knife cylinder head and I assume the 840 had the same.

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J. Schwiebert

10-11-2013 18:33:21

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 Re: MM 840 self propelled forage harvester in reply to Gil from CA, 10-10-2013 12:37:47  
Yes they had the 6 knife head. You could install Fox knifes in them. Of course Fox heads alo fit.

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02-02-2014 05:11:48

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 Re: MM 840 self propelled forage harvester in reply to J. Schwiebert, 10-11-2013 18:33:21  
1965 - 1976 we ran Fox SPF & Super D, brother-in-law had an Oliver. Oliver mechanicals and heads were Fox. Only differences were engines and sheet metal and maybe frame.

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