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Can you run corn through Allcrop 72?

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Faber

07-05-2008 19:58:47




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I know this is a crazy question, since supposedly the Allcrops could be ordered with a corn head, but can you run corn through a 72? I ask because the manual does not show a setting for corn.

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Faber
Texas




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Den/Illinois

07-06-2008 13:29:35




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 Re: Can you run corn through Allcrop 72? in reply to Faber, 07-05-2008 19:58:47  
There were corn headers made for 3 models of pull type combines...66, 72 and 90 but according to Norm Swinfords book the 66 corn head could be adaptable to older model 60s back to serial # 86337. There were a total of 850 cornheads for 66 combines, 100 for model 72s and 200 for model 90s. I have serial # 198 of those made for the 90s. Den



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Doug in IL

07-06-2008 04:52:08




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 Re: Can you run corn through Allcrop 72? in reply to Faber, 07-05-2008 19:58:47  
The 72 had a cornhead available, as did the 60 and 66. I think the settings for the combine were included in the operator's manual for the cornhead.



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Sid

07-05-2008 20:21:24




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 Re: Can you run corn through Allcrop 72? in reply to Faber, 07-05-2008 19:58:47  
I do not think a cornhead was available until the 90.



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Faber

07-05-2008 20:45:10




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 Re: Can you run corn through Allcrop 72? in reply to Sid, 07-05-2008 20:21:24  
Sid: I appreciate the link. I've already checked Tom's site and it doesn't really address the question, so I posted on this site. We'll see what sort of response I get.

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Faber
Texas



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