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klombard 451239 81 Gleaner F2 combine either
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A lot of L2's around here . I'll take the one behind it "TR" ;-)
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Is that a Sund pickup on the first combine in the thread?

They were a popular machine in their time. The L2 was pretty popular here in Tas & on mainland Aus

Regards,

TC ;-)
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Hi TC, I am not sure. Very tough combines these old Gleaners!!
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TasCowboy wrote:
Is that a Sund pickup on the first combine in the thread?

They were a popular machine in their time. The L2 was pretty popular here in Tas & on mainland Aus

Regards,

TC ;-)


Yup looks like a sund to me , I still have one off a MF 760 , Header was worth more than the combine :-D
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They were a very good pickup in field peas :-)
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TasCowboy wrote:
They were a very good pickup in field peas :-)


When we had the red coffee grinders we found that we were using the sunds in all swathed cereals , Curved tines picked "stale" swaths that were stuck to the ground better and on stony land soft tines would bend and leave stones on the floor.
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