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AC 66 All Crop

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Al Perelli

01-27-2004 19:04:25




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My Father In-Law bought and AC 66 Big Bin All crop a few years ago. Never ran it. He passed away and I am trying to figure out what it can do? Can I use it for Beans?

Where can I get parts and Manuals. Located in Eastern PA. Anyone know how to fix one of these?

Thanks

Al




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Jeff A

02-07-2004 15:00:10




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 Re: AC 66 All Crop in reply to Al Perelli, 01-27-2004 19:04:25  
I have a 66 All Crop that I am restoring.I found the top and bottom draper canvas from Genetic seed and chemical in Bonham Tx.Their web address is www.geneticseed.com.They are real nice people.Good luck with your 66 All Crop.



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Al Perelli

02-07-2004 19:40:27




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 Re: Re: AC 66 All Crop in reply to Jeff A, 02-07-2004 15:00:10  
Thanks Jeff. I'll check it out



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Ron

01-28-2004 08:39:01




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 Re: AC 66 All Crop in reply to Al Perelli, 01-27-2004 19:04:25  
This is one implement that you DON'T want to use an ORC on...!! If you see a rock going up the feed canvas, you MUST STOP IMEDIATELY...to either get the rock to roll out, or STOP the cylinder, before it gets to the cylinder bars..!!! You must disengage the tractor clutch, and STAND on the brakes to do this..!! Ya can't be "timid" , it HAS to STOP..!! I hated to combine soybeans with these..!! Wheat, Oats, Clover, etc was easy..!! We used a WD-45 AC, or a JD "B"... Many acres of "Custom Work" with a pair of them..!!

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JMS/MN

01-28-2004 06:53:07




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 Re: AC 66 All Crop in reply to Al Perelli, 01-27-2004 19:04:25  
In the operator manual you'll find settings listed for over 100 crops. Especially good on soybeans because the rubber on rubber shelling is easy on the beans. Some years ago reprints of the manual were available through AC (Now AGCO) dealers.



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Al Perelli

01-28-2004 06:57:58




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 Re: Re: AC 66 All Crop in reply to JMS/MN, 01-28-2004 06:53:07  
Thanks, I'll try to locate one.



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Jason Oh

01-28-2004 17:55:55




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 Re: Re: Re: AC 66 All Crop in reply to Al Perelli, 01-28-2004 06:57:58  
try jensale that is probally who is making them for agco and lot cheaper



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Pat Cruise

02-01-2004 13:52:37




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: AC 66 All Crop in reply to Al Perelli, 01-31-2004 07:06:08  
Thats probably the best choice for beans that I know of,Grew up running a 60 and a 66.Ran circles around other combines,even some self-propelled models.Good luck!!!



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