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Ford combines

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mike

01-06-2004 14:55:39




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Does anyone have any pictures of Ford combines. I have seen a few, and I belive that they are pretty rare machines. Thanks!




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Randy

01-08-2004 15:37:53




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 Re: Ford combines in reply to mike, 01-06-2004 14:55:39  
Look under implement photos on the left.



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mary

01-06-2004 17:42:35




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 Re: Ford combines in reply to mike, 01-06-2004 14:55:39  
e-mail me. we have one pull type with motor and a pull type with pto I''ll send pic.



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John IA.

01-06-2004 20:30:21




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 Re: Re: Ford combines in reply to mary, 01-06-2004 17:42:35  
Mary, You have a ford combine thats pull type? or dearborn with ford industrial motor. All ford combines I've seen are self perpelled. The dearborn combines with industrial ford motors fit right in the N-series tractors. As far as the self perpelled, I haven't been around them much and don't know what was used on them for a motor. John



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mary

01-07-2004 17:12:14




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 Re: Re: Re: Ford combines in reply to John IA., 01-06-2004 20:30:21  
John you are right. they are dearborne At one time we did have a blue Ford selfprepelled combine,



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