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All-crop 60 hauling

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mbrady.glide

03-24-2018 11:10:39




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I'm considering buying a All-crop 60 that's 5 plus hours away from home. What is folks experience with loading them on a gooseneck trailer with ramps? Wondering if the tread width will fit on an 8' wide deck. I'm guessing it's an over width load without some disassembly.
Posted on the combine forum also.




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VicS

04-01-2018 17:13:38




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 Re: All-crop 60 hauling in reply to mbrady.glide, 03-24-2018 11:10:39  
I have hauled one. Just let hopper side hang off. I just let it slide. They aren't very heavy.



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VicS

04-01-2018 17:13:09




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 Re: All-crop 60 hauling in reply to mbrady.glide, 03-24-2018 11:10:39  
I have hauled one. Just let hopper side hang off. I just let it slide. They aren't very heavy.



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TimWafer

03-29-2018 13:20:54




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 Re: All-crop 60 hauling in reply to mbrady.glide, 03-24-2018 11:10:39  
See my reply and pictures on the combine forum



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JMS/.MN

03-25-2018 08:16:48




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 Re: All-crop 60 hauling in reply to mbrady.glide, 03-24-2018 11:10:39  
A caution about towing them for any great distance...the wheels do not have high speed roller bearings. They are bronze sleeves, and will overheat easily. GOTO in Hutchinson, MN is 45 miles away, and I greased them about every 7 miles when I towed it there at about 30 mph. They were smoking at the first stop, after having been greased at home. After that is when I built the outrigger for the trailer.

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JMS/.MN

03-24-2018 20:57:28




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 Re: All-crop 60 hauling in reply to mbrady.glide, 03-24-2018 11:10:39  
I don"t understand the comment about hauling on a gooseneck trailer. That is irrelevant because it depends on how long the trailer is. However, a 60 and 66 have the same wheel tread, and neither will fit on a 106 inch trailer. I hauled my 66 with two row cornhead to shows, and I had to add a 13 inch outrigger to my 106 inch wide trailer, just to wheel the combine onto the trailer. If doing it again, I would install the outrigger, load the machine, then set blocks under the axle, on top of the trailer, to relieve weight on the outrigger, because the outrigger put a twisting load on the trailer. But no, the wheel tread is too wide for a 106 inch wide trailer. You might get half of a tire width on each side of a 106 trailer.

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Jerry Coulter

03-24-2018 11:31:40




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 Re: All-crop 60 hauling in reply to mbrady.glide, 03-24-2018 11:10:39  
My dad was an AC dealer and I have hauled several on a 2 ton truck with 16' bed. Backed up to a loading dock, I would either: 1. Set two 55 gallon steel drums along the RH side of the truck and lay a 3" x 12" 12' oak board on them, then back the combine onto the truck and set the axle on a block, tie down and go - or 2. use a jack with rollers to carry the left side of the combine onto the RH side of the truck.

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Jerry Coulter

03-24-2018 11:38:37




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 Re: All-crop 60 hauling in reply to Jerry Coulter, 03-24-2018 11:31:40  
I don't think I would try this with a goose neck trailer because the combine axle would be too far forward whereas the weight center needs to be near the trailer axle for stability.



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Hoenes

03-24-2018 21:33:11




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 Re: All-crop 60 hauling in reply to Jerry Coulter, 03-24-2018 11:38:37  
A little off topic on the 5 hour deal, but my dad moved one a shorter distance with a pick-up truck, and a drop hitch. Un-hooked the reel chain from the wheel sprocket, and took off. Better be paying attention on that day!



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