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Redpainter 172772 75 7722 hillside (rarely seen) either
7722 hillside (rarely seen)
This is a 7722 hillside. They were rare as they were only
built for a couple of years before the 9600's came out. CIH
axials were more popular in my opinion.
Re: 7722 hillside (rarely seen)
Hey there Redpainter!!! Yup, rare but not unseen if you
know where to look. A good friend of mine has one down here
near The are some shots of it all set to go
last harvest. Hope to get some shots of it in action this
summer. :-D
Re: 7722 hillside (rarely seen)
Leveler detail.
Re: 7722 hillside (rarely seen)
All waxed up and ready to go. Son in law's 2388 in the
background beached with a final drive problem. Jackass
engineers still don't get can't hang a level
land final on a hillside machine. :-(
Re: 7722 hillside (rarely seen)
Wow, John, that is some shiny combine. They are a pretty
impressive combine even today with that leveller. Did Rahco
put on the leveller? Seems to me they did. Having a final
drive go out even happened on my brother's 453. I don't
think we have the hills you guys have. I'd want everything
built double strong along those canyon sides.
If there were a bigger market for hillsides, I suppose more
effort would be put into the total design. One design fits
all concept has been a problem for many areas and conditions
for years I guess.
Re: 7722 hillside (rarely seen)
Hey Redpainter! Not sure about the 7722; could be a factory
leveler like the 02. I'll ask my buddy who owns this 7722.
Had a neighbor lose a tooth in a final on a 95H.
It locked up one side and spun the combine on a real nasty
spot (one of the worst in the county) The grain tank was
about half full; when the machine stopped, the wheat was
running out of the tank onto the catwalk.
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