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Ford tractor with sheller

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04-23-2015 05:59:40

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interesting picker/sheller, wish I had a better picture
good looking rig, note tractor is LP fueled

I have ever seen a Ford picker with sheller attachment
bet that is one heavy unit to be toting along

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04-23-2015 20:49:10

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 Re: Ford tractor with sheller in reply to wellmax99, 04-23-2015 05:59:40  
That looks like the rig we ran on a '64 Super Dexta one year, then moved up to an Oliver two row combine.

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04-23-2015 10:09:02

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 Re: Ford tractor with sheller in reply to wellmax99, 04-23-2015 05:59:40  
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Here is the 2 row picker sheller. We used it a just a little this past harvest and it works pretty slick. The 1 row in the picture belongs to a guy from eastern Kansas. He has a 2 row also. It is on a 960 propane.

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04-23-2015 14:35:59

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 Re: Ford tractor with sheller in reply to ford9000puller, 04-23-2015 10:09:02  
I have seen a picture of yours or one like it before, great looking machine.
have seen a number of later model 2 row mounted pickers with shellers

what caught my eye was this one being a one row mounted picker with sheller plus a bin for the shelled corn, had never seen one of those before.

both are good looking rigs, nice paint jobs on the tractors, always thought that paint scheme was one of the best looking tractors.
bet it took a while to paint all those different colors.

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