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Combines & Harvesters Discussion Forum

White 8650 combine

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Adam Suess

01-12-2018 19:22:27




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Here is a photo a few of you may enjoy. White 8650 combine in wheat.




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Jim in Sask

01-14-2018 09:23:38




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 Re: White 8650 combine in reply to Adam Suess, 01-12-2018 19:22:27  
Nice pictures. The 8650 was quite popular up here, a couple of my neighbours had them. They had some problems with the walker crank bolts either loosening off or stretching. You had to keep an eye on them. They did a good job, though.

Straight combining has pretty well brought an end to pull types. The last ones were the John Deere 9501 and CaseIH 1682. There's still a few in use but getting less all the time. New pull types haven't been made for many years.

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paul

01-13-2018 21:31:12




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 Re: White 8650 combine in reply to Adam Suess, 01-12-2018 19:22:27  
I wonder how many of those were made?

I've seen one or two 'modern' pull type JD and IHC machines, but never saw a White.

They are for northern wheat country for the most part, kinda specialized market? As straight cutting expands, less and less of these, any new pull types still made? Any of the companies still make a small enough combine to convert to pull type?

Paul



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redroundhead

01-13-2018 21:13:21




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 Re: White 8650 combine in reply to Adam Suess, 01-12-2018 19:22:27  
Nice set-up!

Looks great with that Oliver in front of it.



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casecollectorsc

01-12-2018 20:05:44




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 Re: White 8650 combine in reply to Adam Suess, 01-12-2018 19:22:27  

Very nice! My pto machine is much smaller...



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