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Allis combine with two roe corn head

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ken midlam

06-13-2018 15:28:55




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Went by a Allis all crop combine yesterday that had a two corn head wondering if anybody ever used one and how long did it take to change back and forth to the grain table to the snapping roll looked like a big job to me




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JMS/.MN

06-13-2018 21:15:51




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 Re: Allis combine with two roe corn head in reply to ken midlam, 06-13-2018 15:28:55  
I have a 1955 Model 66 with 2 row head. Bought it for $500 a few years ago. Had it at Hutchinson. I don"t think I"d like to switch heads- not easy. AC made 312,000 combines that could accept that head. They made 1150 corn heads.



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Rich'sToys

06-13-2018 21:15:31




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 Re: Allis combine with two roe corn head in reply to ken midlam, 06-13-2018 15:28:55  
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I have not seen this one work. I don't know if the guy has ever used it. This photo was taken several years ago. I have not talked to him recently.



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JD Seller

06-13-2018 18:46:43




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 Re: Allis combine with two roe corn head in reply to ken midlam, 06-13-2018 15:28:55  
If the one your talking about is for sale then JUMP on it. The corn heads are RARE!!!! IF you do not want to keep it you can easily resell it.



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KLPinNC

06-13-2018 18:26:25




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 Re: Allis combine with two roe corn head in reply to ken midlam, 06-13-2018 15:28:55  
My brother has one. He picks one row at a time.



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connor9988

06-13-2018 17:47:42




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 Re: Allis combine with two roe corn head in reply to ken midlam, 06-13-2018 15:28:55  
Here is a link to a video of one operating. Not mine.



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Sparktrician

06-13-2018 17:35:31




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 Re: Allis combine with two roe corn head in reply to ken midlam, 06-13-2018 15:28:55  
I think those heads are rare, hard to find



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ken midlam

06-13-2018 17:43:15




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 Re: Allis combine with two roe corn head in reply to Sparktrician, 06-13-2018 17:35:31  
its for sale



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ss55

06-13-2018 17:20:40




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 Re: Allis combine with two roe corn head in reply to ken midlam, 06-13-2018 15:28:55  
I think there was one or more AC pull type combines with corn heads at the Orange Spectacular in Hutchinson, MN. They had a very good seminar about the history of All-Crop combines. The one on the history of Rotobalers was great too.



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hd6gtom

06-13-2018 17:15:05




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 Re: Allis combine with two roe corn head in reply to ken midlam, 06-13-2018 15:28:55  
They were sorta a pain to change over. Anything over 50 BPA you were stopping a lot.



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flying belgian

06-13-2018 18:14:32




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 Re: Allis combine with two roe corn head in reply to hd6gtom, 06-13-2018 17:15:05  
How big is the grain tank? In todays corn I would think you would be unloading every 200 ft.



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Rich'sToys

06-13-2018 16:07:47




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 Re: Allis combine with two roe corn head in reply to ken midlam, 06-13-2018 15:28:55  
Was it like this one? A fellow near here owns this one.



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ken midlam

06-13-2018 16:14:03




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 Re: Allis combine with two roe corn head in reply to Rich'sToys, 06-13-2018 16:07:47  
yes it was like that one except it had the extended grain been ,Have you seen that one work and how long did it take to change it over



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Tim S

06-13-2018 15:59:31




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 Re: Allis combine with two roe corn head in reply to ken midlam, 06-13-2018 15:28:55  
There was one running at the Rantual show a couple years ago,,first one/only I have seen..



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