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AnonymousUser 19749 76 Special Claas 98 either
Special Claas 98
Have you ever senn any similar??
Re: Special Claas 98
Yes, I don't know if that is the same rear end leveller
built in Italy where many hillside combines have it or
something similar. I H had something similar (called four
way levelling) on their American 141, 151, 403, and 453
hillside combines built from 1955 till 1977. The IH combines
had a longer hinge that was mounted closer to the front of
the combine and probably could lift the combine higher. This
feature was very desired by IH owners while other makes had
only sideways levellers. They were used in Washington,
Oregon, Idaho, California, but I know at least one was used
in Iowa or Nebraska and was adapted to use a corn head.
Re: Special Claas 98
Hello Redpainter

2 IH of slopes dresses them?
You know where to find pictures similar slopes?
A greeting
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