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So tell me about the 660 combine...

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Bret4207

10-10-2013 16:49:33




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Saw a 660 with a 10 foot grain head and 2 row corn head semi-locally for a decent price. I can't actually get it, but I never saw one before and my interest is peaked. Who has the info on this nice looking little rig?




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Bret4207

10-11-2013 04:36:05




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 Re: So tell me about the 660 combine... in reply to Bret4207, 10-10-2013 16:49:33  
Thanks CN1660! Sure wish I had some money laying around.



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nitram148

10-11-2013 06:42:17




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 Re: So tell me about the 660 combine... in reply to Bret4207, 10-11-2013 04:36:05  
There is a 660 for sale down here in Kansas too.

http://www.nextechclassifieds.com/listings/view/653124/



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Bobl1958

10-11-2013 12:18:11




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 Re: So tell me about the 660 combine... in reply to nitram148, 10-11-2013 06:42:17  
That ones in my back yard but I can't give anywhere near that for it. Looks pretty nice though. Bob



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1031D

10-10-2013 22:17:54




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 Re: So tell me about the 660 combine... in reply to Bret4207, 10-10-2013 16:49:33  
I know of 3 in Wisconsin that are heading for the scrapper soon if nobody steps up. I would take them but have no room and no way to haul them.



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dwag

10-11-2013 14:41:32




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 Re: So tell me about the 660 combine... in reply to 1031D, 10-10-2013 22:17:54  
Condition? header control? location? john



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Case Nutty 1660

10-10-2013 17:04:16




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 Re: So tell me about the 660 combine... in reply to Bret4207, 10-10-2013 16:49:33  
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well lets see 660's were made from 1966-1970, they have a choice of a 201 gas or 188dsl Case engines, headers from 10'-14' 2 row wide or three row narrow corn heads they had a whole list of attachments you could have cab with htr and a/c remote adjust reel/pickup speed hyd reel lift 69 and 70 models could have hyd unloading auger swing, they made them in several versions such as a 660EB or edible bean specials they also had a straw rack instead of walkers they were 40" machines all the way through and had a 40 bushel grain bin 3 speed trans with belt variable, the above pics are of my 660 set up for corn it has 18.4x26 rice tires and a 402 corn header, cab htr, dome light and two grain bin extensions bring the bin size up to 60 bushels

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Aaron Hyneman

10-10-2013 16:53:37




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 Re: So tell me about the 660 combine... in reply to Bret4207, 10-10-2013 16:49:33  
How far from you away from south western Indiana? I might know someone interested in the whole package if you are not
Thank you Aaron



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Bret4207

10-11-2013 04:34:08




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 Re: So tell me about the 660 combine... in reply to Aaron Hyneman, 10-10-2013 16:53:37  
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About a gazillion miles. Northern NY in the Thousand Islands area on the Canadian border.

http://syracuse.craigslist.org/grd/4119444550.html



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