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All Crop 60 Combine

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H. DeBruhl

05-09-2008 08:19:20

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Need information on an All Crop 60 combine. I believe it is a Hillside model, but I'm not sure. I saw a photo of a 60 with the tires set in and it was being called a Hillside. Any info? Also any suggestions on how to transport it on a gooseneck trailer. I have heard it can be halued if it is sideways but not sure if it can be done.

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05-10-2008 07:23:03

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 Re: All Crop 60 Combine in reply to H. DeBruhl, 05-09-2008 08:19:20  
I have seen them hauled that way with the tongue and header removed. A hillside model AC pull type combine is news to me.

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H. DeBruhl

05-10-2008 17:05:59

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 Re: All Crop 60 Combine in reply to Sid, 05-10-2008 07:23:03  
I heard that you could remove the tongue and header and it would work, but I was not sure. Never heard of a hillside either, but an AC page had one with the wheels set in like the one I have and they were calling it a hillside model.

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05-09-2008 08:19:38

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 Re: All Crop 60 Combine in reply to H. DeBruhl, 05-09-2008 08:19:20  
Go here: Link there's tons of info. Also, try the "Unofficial Allis" website. Kurt

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H. DeBruhl

05-09-2008 12:22:56

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 Re: All Crop 60 Combine in reply to dittmerku, 05-09-2008 08:19:38  
Thanks, I'll try them out!

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