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Redpainter 159079 103 Almost same combine either
Almost same combine
The 1460 and 1470 next to each other. These combines are
basically the same. The 1470 (right) had the leveller added
at R J Hanson's in Spokane WA after being shipped out west
as level land machines. The 1470 had a more powerful engine.
Re: Almost same combine
Hi There Redpainter.
Question: do you have pictures of a 2388 combine, or do you
know a place on the internet where they have detailed
pictures of the 2388. I know al the custom harvester sites,
like Johnson, Holland harvesting etc. but maybe an American
like you knows some more links. I'm going to operate one
this season in the states , so I'm trying to do some
'homework' :-). Greetings from Holland.
Re: Almost same combine
I can't think of any. I would try this site. I'll see if I can
find some. Sorry I can't help more. I've never run one
myself. I doubt it can be very difficult.
Re: Almost same combine
Yo Sjorus: My son in law runs a 2388....the one that you
will run this summer won't be equiped quite the same. There
are several 2388's here in this counnty; they are a very
good machine. :-D
Re: Almost same combine
A little different angle.
Re: Almost same combine
At the Sharpe Place, Kortge Wheat & Cattle.
Re: Almost same combine
Son in law had a final drive failure on the way to the
first field....the level land finals are not up to the
demands of the hillside application:-( Here they are with
the 2388 up on blocks getting the final changed out.
Re: Almost same combine
A detail shot of the right side of the 2388 with the tires
& final off for repair. The level land machine that you
will be running will not have the leveling frame & cylinder
that you see here. You won't have any trouble running this
machine....a very nice machine to run.
Re: Almost same combine
HEY John Matt here I'll just hang around some of this flat
ground,Question for you John when you measure ac. on those
hills is it measured by linier feet over surface of ground
or as the crow flies? Just caught a brain fort on that
Re: Almost same combine
Whatsamatter Rice-Boy, afraid of a little hill now & then??
Measure the ac. VERY carefully....a little too steep for
crows. Maybe changes the ac. a little, but not by too much.
The @#$%&@* FSA office changes the acres like every year.
Re: Almost same combine
I know that site redpaiter, but thanks anyway! And John
great pictures. The 2388 I'm going to run is a standard
no-hillside version so you're right about that. I quess we
won't be seeing much hills starting In Oklahoma and going up
through te mid-west. It has a Macdon 36 ft header, heared
good stories about that. I'm looking forward to using it and
being in the states seeing and using equipment we can only
dream of here in Holland.
Take care guys! Sjorus
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