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Allis 60 combine

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Tony Z

08-11-2008 10:01:32




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A local farmer has a 60 combine in his barn. No manual or anything. I was considering planting winter wheat. I am assuming that can harvest it, but does anyone know for sure? Also, does anyone have a used manual they want to sell? He has used it to harvest oats, but since he just feeds them, the husks stay on. I want to thresh the wheat so that we can use it in bread baking. I have never used a combine so any advice is appreciated. Thanks.

Tony Z

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Leroy

08-13-2008 18:54:29




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 Re: Allis 60 combine in reply to Tony Z, 08-11-2008 10:01:32  
Wheat and oats setting was the same. When we cut and shocked corn wheat was drilled between the rows of shocks, in spring after shocks were removed oats was sowen in those rows. In cutting the wheat would cut till come to oats strip, empty machine, cut oats and put in a different wagon and empty machine, go to next strip of wheat and on back and forth. No changing the settings for that 5' swath of oats.

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Paul from MI

08-12-2008 18:30:48




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 Re: Allis 60 combine in reply to Tony Z, 08-11-2008 10:01:32  
Manuals were available from Allis a few years ago, maybe still. The correct sieve for wheat has oval openings. Yaz allcrop may have them. Manual will give you all the info need to adjust the machine & they are pretty simple so you can figure out anything else.
Paul



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Alex Webner

08-12-2008 18:02:32




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 Re: Allis 60 combine in reply to Tony Z, 08-11-2008 10:01:32  
I just got done refurbishing an all crop 66 and combined 12,000 lbs of wheat with it on 5 acres heres my # give me a call and i can go through what to look for on the combine and other things. 319-665-3130 Alex



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TonyZ

08-13-2008 07:09:29




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 Re: Allis 60 combine in reply to Alex Webner, 08-12-2008 18:02:32  
Thanks! I will give you a call soon just to pick your brain about wheat if nothing else!



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JMS/.MN

08-11-2008 17:51:00




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 Re: Allis 60 combine in reply to Tony Z, 08-11-2008 10:01:32  
In case you do not find an op manual- when you thresh the wheat, it should be clear of the hull, not like oats. Without checking the book, I would say the cyl speed would be 800-1100 rpm, concave clearance about 3/8 inch, (gauges on each side of the cylinder), chaffer about 1/2 to 5/8 inch, sieve about 3/8 inch, maybe less. You want it open enough to let the threshed seeds fall through- not the chaff. Lower cylinder rpm in mid-afternoon when things are dry and hot, higher rpm in AM and late PM when straw is tough. If grain is getting ground, lower speed, open concave. Speed makes feed. Open the door on the left end of the machine to check if grain is being threshed from straw. If not, close the concave first, increase cylinder speed next, until all heads are threshed from straw. Rest of the operation is cleaning trash from grain. Best to get the op manual, tells what to look for at each stage, and how to correct it for a good grain sample. If you have no experience with a combine, you need the manual just to ID the parts I mentioned! Farmers have only one chance each year to plant or harvest- too late when you screw it up!

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TonyZ

08-13-2008 07:08:11




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 Re: Allis 60 combine in reply to JMS/.MN, 08-11-2008 17:51:00  
Thank you for the detailed reply. I will print it out and save it!



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de

08-11-2008 12:37:00




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 Re: Allis 60 combine in reply to Tony Z, 08-11-2008 10:01:32  
Ebay usually has manuals for this machine or ty yazallcrop ( i believe thats the website) and its called the 60 because of the width of the cut. That website also carries parts and such.



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JMS/.MN

08-11-2008 11:00:14




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 Re: Allis 60 combine in reply to Tony Z, 08-11-2008 10:01:32  
The combine is called the All Crop 100 because the op manual lists settings for harvesting over 100 crops, including wheat. Wheat threshes easier than oats, so the settings are similar. Several basic settings, cylinder speed, concave clearance, chaffer opening, and sieve opening. Have you checked with AGCO to see if a reprint manual is available? dealer locator at www.agcocorp.com.



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Leroy

08-13-2008 18:49:50




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 Re: Allis 60 combine in reply to JMS/.MN, 08-11-2008 11:00:14  
The All Crop 100 was the selfpropelled machine that took either a 9' or 12' head, had nothing to do with amount of crops it could handle. The common pull type machines are the 60 that is a 5' cut, the 66 that is a 5 1/2' cut and the 72 that is an auger machine that is a 6' cut, then there is the larger pull type 90 that is an auger machine of about 7 1/2' cut and the smallest the 40 that is a 40" cut straight thru machine unlike all the others that discharge to the right. And there are 3 different versions of the 60

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Sid

08-11-2008 10:42:40




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 Re: Allis 60 combine in reply to Tony Z, 08-11-2008 10:01:32  
Yes it will harvest wheat. They are known for being able to do a pretty good job of cleaning the grain. You probably will need to do more cleaning after harvest for what you want to do.



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TonyZ

08-11-2008 12:22:32




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 Re: Allis 60 combine in reply to Sid, 08-11-2008 10:42:40  
Thank you for the replies. What do you mean by cleaning? Do you know how you would do that after the harvest? We have a few large families in our area that bake bread from scratch. We raise animals, but this is our first foray into this. Thanks.



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Sid

08-11-2008 15:58:42




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 Re: Allis 60 combine in reply to TonyZ, 08-11-2008 12:22:32  
I think you will find this site helpful



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TonyZ

08-12-2008 07:09:13




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 Re: Allis 60 combine in reply to Sid, 08-11-2008 15:58:42  
Thanks!



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