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IH model 76 pull type combine.

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Matt

07-18-2001 10:46:28




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I know this is a tractor board but this also seems to be the best place for information regarding all things created as the best (RED). I am looking at buying a pull type combine and have found a model 76 pto drive w/scouring attchments. The price I think is fair. $500. But it is going to cost me $700 more to have it delivered to mid michigan. Before I commit to this please tell me what the pit falls are to this machinery and the plus side as well. I will be using either the 340 or the 400D to run it. thanks in advance for any input given. Matt

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Knut

07-19-2001 06:26:37




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 Re: IH model 76 pull type combine. in reply to Matt, 07-18-2001 10:46:28  
Believe that model still used canvas to convey grain from cutter bar to cylinder. Check the canvas carefully as they get rotten when old and were expensive years ago and may not be available anymore.
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07-19-2001 06:24:35




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 Re: IH model 76 pull type combine. in reply to Matt, 07-18-2001 10:46:28  
Believe that model still used canvas to convey grain from cutter bar to cylinder. Check the canvas carefully as they get rotten when old and were expensive years ago and may not be available anymore.
Knut



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