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mcmanigal 101715 103 Getting Ready either
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The rotor needs to come out of this 1670 for some
service on the rotor, cage and cone.
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Extraction
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A little TLC with the wire feed. :-D
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Welding done, all new vanes.
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Putting things back.
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hello, strange tyres on that machine, what does it harvest?
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The diamond tread tires are commonly used on wheat combines
in Northwest US. Corn combines usually have Cheveron pattern
tires for traction in muddy conditions.
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Good penetration john! ;-)
Regards
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Yo Timothy! These combines are used to cut wheat
on steep hillsides here in Oregon. The automatic leveling
system will keep the machine level on hills up to 48%.
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And that is a nice picture. how many do you have to harvest
on those hills. How do you spray that field, and
fertilyzer?
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Hi Pieter!! Here is a recent shot of the same hill being
sprayed. :-)
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Yo Pieter!!! When in crop, we often have wheat
sprayed by air, esp. the steeper slopes. The shot
with the 9400T shows us maintaining our chem fallow.
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John,
after harvesting make round straw balers? or is impossible
and only you make square balers?

Regards!
--
Manel
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Nice picturs john. :-)

They dont make balers, look behind the combine

Sorry for my bed englisch. :-[
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Hi!
I am impressed of all your pictures John.You have good
quality on all of your pictures, and many of them, I will
call art.
It is very interesting when you give us this much
information and let us take part in your life.
If you would make a picture of levelling the harvester
without the cutting system in front.I would be very
interessed to have a look.
Greetings from Norway.
Njål :-)
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Hello Njal!! Greetings to Norway! How about two or three
pictures??? The first is a test done in front of our shop
last year. The 1470 is so stable that you can lay the
machine clear over when parked on level ground. Here the
operator turns the leveler to manual (instead of automatic)
and hits the switch to the left. ;-)
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Here you go Njal: A closeup of the same machine from this
past summer; here it was laid over to replace a broken
leveling pin (connects the main axle to the leveling
cylinder. :-D
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Here is a shot with some of the parts labeled. The machine
is laid over so the broken pin can be driven out and
replaced. ;-)
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Another shot with some labels. The platform cable links the
main axle and the cutting platform; they keep the platform
even with the slope as the combine levels. The man on the
ground here is our resident 1470 wizard Dave Wilson who
can change these pins in his sleep:-D
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Big Snort, back on line. ;-)
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