Yes it is quite a picker. I removed the 328 husking bed and installed the 329 sheller. Everything is inside a shed and hasn't been used for the last ten years. Have used an 80 hp tractor on the sheller but more power is better particularly after the wagon gets about 50% full. A tractor with 100-120 hp is a better match. The 80 hp works good with the husking bed. Not something that can easily be hauled to a show. Towed this from the dealer about 90 miles, had to take the long way around a couple of smaller towns.
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