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Combines were always full, we waited 2 hours sometimes for
trucks to get back from the Ethanol plant near by... line
ups were tremendous.
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picture of the scale, in SD, the Department of
Transportation (DOT) is very sticky on trucks not being over
weight, so we had to load the trucks carefully.
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have you got a scale on the cart or on the combine?
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hey, there is a scale on the combine that tells the operator
the total weight of the combine plus harvested grain in
tank, and yes there is a scale on the cart as well.
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hey, there is a scale on the combine that tells the operator
the total weight of the combine plus harvested grain in
tank, and yes there is a scale on the cart as well.
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What size are those combines?
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Haney, they look like fairly new model Johnnies by the shape of them but I cant see the model numbers. They have the big tops fitted, so would get a nice load of grain in their hoppers by the looks of things.

As the photos were posted over 12 months ago, you may or may not get a reply from Tyler,

Greetings from down under in Australia,

The Cowboy ;-)
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What part of south dakota are you from?
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What part of south dakota are you from?
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