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AC pull type combine on craigslist?

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Alan K

09-06-2009 20:56:51




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I think there is an AC combine for sale on craigslist.com ( Minneapolis MN listings - Askov MN ) Model 66 all crop I think. Im not sure how to post links on here but the phone no. is 320-838-1563




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bg/mo

09-09-2009 13:43:02




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 Re: AC pull type combine on craigslist? in reply to Alan K, 09-06-2009 20:56:51  
It probably had a power unit on it,is why you dont see a pto shaft.



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cadet trooper

09-07-2009 14:58:45




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 Re: AC pull type combine on craigslist? in reply to Alan K, 09-06-2009 20:56:51  
Am I blind where's the pto shaft? I do believe that is a 60. Checkout BradK's post on the combine forum picking up a cherry 66 around 8/28.



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JMS/.MN

09-07-2009 07:30:43




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 Re: AC pull type combine on craigslist? in reply to Alan K, 09-06-2009 20:56:51  
It may not be a 66. The unloading auger is on the front of the grain bin, not the side. 60 had the auger in front, but I"m not positive that the very first 66 models also had it there. Either way, likely to be from the early 50s. Looks pretty nice on the outside for that age.



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Tramway Guy

09-07-2009 05:23:46




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 Re: AC pull type combine on craigslist? in reply to Alan K, 09-06-2009 20:56:51  
Here is the link...



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Jerry Coulter

09-07-2009 09:48:09




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 Re: AC pull type combine on craigslist? in reply to Tramway Guy, 09-07-2009 05:23:46  
That is not a 66. It is a 60, not even a 60A. The side auger came out with the Big Bin 66 which had a 25 bushel bin replacing the traditional 15 bushel.



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Alan K

09-07-2009 06:51:15




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 Re: AC pull type combine on craigslist? in reply to Tramway Guy, 09-07-2009 05:23:46  
Can you tell me how to post a link on here? That is the one...



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Tramway Guy

09-07-2009 18:09:52




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 Re: AC pull type combine on craigslist? in reply to Alan K, 09-07-2009 06:51:15  
First, open the page that has the ad on it, you will note that the address line at the top of your page (starts with "http://etc...." Put your cursor at the end of the line and highlight the address, then right-click and select 'copy'.
Now go to the forum and get ready to 'post a message' or 'reply', you will notice that there is "Optional Link URL:". Put your cursor on the left of this box and right-click again; then select 'Paste', and the address from the first page will be put in the box.
You can then type in a description in the box marked 'Link Title' and you should be done.
The first one is the toughest...

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