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Re: IH 205 combine

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Chad Pravecek

10-26-2013 20:08:20

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Was reading the forum tonight on IH 205 combines and came across your pictures and comments. Question...Can a guy still get a 2 row corn head for a 205 combine? If so, what number of corn head? Will a 274 head fit? I have a small acreage in NW Iowa and was thinking about a 615 until I found out about the 205. Looks to me that the 205 would be just the right size for my small operation. Please respond. Thanks.

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10-27-2013 16:06:00

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 Re: IH 205 combine in reply to Chad Pravecek, 10-26-2013 20:08:20  
Chad, I believe it will be difficut to find a two row corn head for a 205. I believe those heads only fit the 203 and 205 combines. They are not quick tach as you have to remove the entire feeder house. Neighbor bought a parts combine just for the corn head. He only used it one year and then traded it for a JD 4400. He told me it took him almost a whole day to change heads. If I were you, I think I would look for a 615 or 715 with the quick tach feeder house. Then you can use newer corn and grain heads. The 205 works good for oats & wheat but I have been told they like to break straw walker crankshafts. I broke one in 2005 but was able to find a NOS shaft. Other than that I had no other trouble with mine in the 15+ years I used it for 35 acres of wheat & oats each year. I can look in my operators manual tomorrow and see if it might indicate what corn head numbers can be used. Al

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