Load the combine backwards on the trailer. You will need all that header clearance to get up on the trailer. Remove the header at the very back of the trailer. Remove the lower header pins along with the one cylinder pin with a punch. Leave the punchs in these spots until later. Remove belts on the left hand side and a chain on the right hand side. You have to remove the shoe drive arm. Remember the protective cover is left handed nut so you don't strip it off removing. You will need a small puller to remove the arm. Then slowly loosen the hydraulic hose on the combine side of one lift cylinder. I usually loosen then just get out of the way let it settle nice and slow. There is a support bracket running across the bottom side of the feeder house. Block below this support, place jack and jack just enough to remove the upper feederhouse pins. Then pull all three punches out of the lower portion of the feederhouse and pull combine way from feederhouse. Remember you have not removed the springs on the header assist. So at some point the mechanism will quickly adjust upward but no damage will be done. Remove the wood chain guides place chain clear around the feeder house. That is where you will want your crane truck hooked to the feederhouse. Once that is secured removed jack and block and swing the feeder house side ways. then you will have to move the header and feederhouse to the sickle side of the trailer it will not stick out over the trailer. Then I would just lower the feeder house on the trailer. Secure chain down combine and hit the road. I mean towards my house because one nice machine. I will see if I can find a link of when I hauled home a MH27 last year. The pictures where posted on this site. Make sure to remove the canopy and anything else that might blow off.
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