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Re: Strangest things


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Posted by Case Nutty 1660 on January 04, 2013 at 06:35:33 from (75.127.24.27):

In Reply to: Strangest things posted by JWalker on January 02, 2013 at 18:40:18:

one year while going over my Case 1000 combine I had greased it checked the belts and chains over and as I always do I got in it and fired it up to let the threshing system runn for ten min or so and then check for heated brgs ect, I had just enguaged the machine and started to climb down to do a walk around, when the raddle chain slip clutch began chattering, I thought great some thing is wrong with it, so I climbed back up kicked the drive out climbed back down and was going to stick my head in to look over the sieves to see if I could see why the chain was locked up, the machine had not stopped running yet as I was half way to the rear of the machine and the splip clutch stopped slipping and I could see the raddle drive chain again turning, still on my way to the rear I started to bend down to look and skunk was shaken over the rear sieve and bounced off the rear axle! I could see instanly he had been locking up the chain,,, then the smell hit as he some how had sprayed during this, I quickly climbed up and shut off the engine and jumed into my car and headed for my house, not thinking any more about the smell, well my uncle who owns the place I farm house was about 250 feet from the combine and they has their swamp cooler running, when they got home about 15 min later they found it had pulled the smell into the house!! took several hrs with thw indows open to air out,,, I was not real poular that day cnt


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