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connor9988

07-13-2019 20:07:11




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We got the old A6 out today and picked some rye with it. It did a good job threshing but we experienced engine troubles on our second pass. After cooling down we tried again and made it a little ways more. Tomorrow we will look over the engine a little and see if we can get it running a little better.

Here are some pictures:

Pictures are being difficult tonight i guess...

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L.Fure

07-16-2019 10:03:27




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 Re: A6 in reply to connor9988, 07-13-2019 20:07:11  
Did you do any work on the valves? I remember dad telling me you need to clean the carbon off the valves and lap them into the seats about every year. Of course you need to reset the tappet clearance after doing this.



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connor9988

07-23-2019 18:21:01




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 Re: A6 in reply to L.Fure, 07-16-2019 10:03:27  
Larry we rebuilt the mag and it has helped a lot.



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wilson ind

07-14-2019 17:06:53




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 Re: A6 in reply to connor9988, 07-13-2019 20:07:11  
Very nice combination. On your plow tap needed, Have you considered taking a grade 5 or better bolt, grinding 3 or 4 vertical slits in the threads possibly 1 inch long? This has worked for me when no tap was handy. Also not complaining, just never heard the term picking used with small grains. Where is this picture taken? Those Wisconsin engines when running well are great, but when not they can be a real pain, especially hand cranking.

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connor9988

07-16-2019 05:33:36




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 Re: A6 in reply to wilson ind, 07-14-2019 17:06:53  
This operation is located in Central Iowa. We are feeling you on your sentiments about that dang V4! As for the picking terminology it was just the first thing that came to mind.



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R.w.b.

07-14-2019 06:20:56




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 Re: A6 in reply to connor9988, 07-13-2019 20:07:11  
Nice vac and a6.i got a vac on 11.2x 34 tires with same front axle.



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widefront37

07-14-2019 06:01:02




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 Re: A6 in reply to connor9988, 07-13-2019 20:07:11  
I wondered what you would pull it with and that seems like a proper and fitting choice.Better luck Sunday with the Wisconsin.



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connor9988

07-14-2019 06:17:20




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 Re: A6 in reply to widefront37, 07-14-2019 06:01:02  
Fred, we used the VAC on the A6 for the first 2 rounds but it was just a little too fast in 1s gear for the thickness of our rye. It also started to sputter from dirt in the carb so we switched to the 300 on the next try. Aaron killed the combine engine after that by accident and we called it a day. Hopefully more picking today!



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bradley martin

07-14-2019 03:24:36




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 Re: A6 in reply to connor9988, 07-13-2019 20:07:11  
Is that a Wisconsin or a Case A125 on the A6, Connor?



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connor9988

07-14-2019 06:19:46




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 Re: A6 in reply to bradley martin, 07-14-2019 03:24:36  
Bradley, our A6 has the V4 Wisconsin. I wish it had the PTO option or I could find an A125 and put on it (I dont believe A6s had the A125 as an option though. That was the next series.)



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connor9988

07-13-2019 20:09:14




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 Re: A6 in reply to connor9988, 07-13-2019 20:07:11  
A couple more



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Chuck machinist

07-14-2019 03:37:43




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 Re: A6 in reply to connor9988, 07-13-2019 20:09:14  
Did the hitch pins for the plow, work as you had anticipated? CM



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connor9988

07-14-2019 06:14:38




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 Re: A6 in reply to Chuck machinist, 07-14-2019 03:37:43  
Chuck, I am still tracking down a coarse thread tap to clean the threads on the plow out. They are pretty nasty in the plow and I dont want to mangle things. I will order the tap today.



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