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Thinking about the 95 and what it did


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Posted by Banditfarmer on November 13, 2012 at 07:57:35 from (174.103.143.47):

Yesterday it rained all day and I was looking at some pictures of my old 95 Corn Special working in beans and corn and it got me to thinking. The old girl did a realy good job this year with the crops. She cut 70 bpa beans in 2nd gear (16ft header) and 180bpa corn with the 8x20 corn head in 1st gear. The 303 gas never ran out of power or even seamed to pull it down any so I cant complane about that. I know its a gas but it realy didnt burn all that much, Well a gallon and forth an acre realy is not bad figuaring the load it was under. The only bad thing I found was the amount of material that went through it and ruuning the corn showed me that I have some sheet metal work to do to patch her up good. Funny thing is me and dad watched the nieghbore run there 4420D that is in realy good condition run his beans and corn and I sware that my 95 could out cut and shell the 4420, I could be wrong but it sure seams that way. It kinda funny when you run a combine you only see whats going on in front of you and not behind you, And when you look at pictures of one running you see things you want to change or improve on witch I am going to make. I was realy thinking about another machine but now I am thinking with some metal work and maybe an engine down the road I have a good one allready. I have done alot of work on it allready and adding the new corn head I guess I will keep pluging away and fixing her and keep running her, Or am I nuts! Bandit


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