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#18 pull-type combines

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08-13-1999 20:18:04

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I got thinking while harvesting oats yesterday,how many other Oliver 18 combines are still operating?
Ours is on its 40th harvest and still going strong.So...are there any more still out there?

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11-28-2003 14:29:29

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 Re: #18 pull-type combines in reply to Robert, 08-13-1999 20:18:04  
I would like to see photos of old combines of all type.

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08-15-1999 12:42:45

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 Re: #18 pull-type combines in reply to Robert, 08-13-1999 20:18:04  
Just purchased a Model 18 combine for my 5 acres of oats. It does not have a cutter bar and reel, it has a small pick up head. I am the 3rd owner, purchased it with the owners manual and some new belts. It has the straw spreader, hydraulic lift, and the paints all orig. Pulled it behind my 770 and it ran super.
p.s. I will be trying to locate a reel and cutter bar or another head for it.

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Pete in Ks

08-16-1999 10:53:02

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 Re: Re: #18 pull-type combines in reply to DAVE, 08-15-1999 12:42:45  
If you two have the equipment to do so post a picture of your machines. I myself would love to see one in operating condition again.

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