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caballero 47520 81 Gleaner MH either
Gleaner MH
Slight slope to put alli is necessary to be a little crazy,
is very dangerous.
Although I like
UFFFFFFFF

Photo in US?
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Wow Caballero great picture!
Hola maño vaya pedazo de foto me encanta.
un Saludo
Greetings to all farmphoto-addicts from Spain
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Aqui hay otra que te gustara para ver .
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Hola Jesus, esta es una NH (Te
gustara)http://www.farmphoto.com/homestead/message.asp?dsply
all&mid=1422
:-D
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Pic is from Pacific Northwest of USA. Probably Columbia
County, Washington state near Dayton, WA. Many such
hillside combines are used also in Idaho, Oregon, and some
places in California where original pull types were
developed about 100 years ago.
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Real combines com from Allis-Chalmers. :-D :-P.

Wat Same nu met de galileo (of hoe je het ook schrijft)
cabine heeft en nieuw lijkt te zijn had Allis in de jaren 70
al een soort gelijke constructie bedacht zie je wel. Zo gek
waren die Amerikanen nog niet :-D ;-)
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Hi,
Great picture.
Do you have another photos from hillside harvester?:-P

Thanks,
Flavio Gassen
(Brasil)
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Hola Flavio Gassen
Has visto la foto de la cosechadora Clayson NH en Farmphoto?
Tengo mas fotografias y poco a poco ire colocandolas.
Un saludo desde España

Hello Flavio Gassen
you have seen the photo of the combine Clayson NH in
Farmphoto?
I have but fotografias and little by little ire placing
them.
A greeting from Spain
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Another Allis - Gleaner and a good slope .
:-\
A greeting from Spain
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Another field of madness .

NH clayson (Model 1545 ?????)
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NH TC 59 AL Cosechando en Andalucia (España):-)
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2 IH en laderas.
:-)
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nice picture :-)
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Enviada por mail
Greetings: Saw your post of a MH2 on Farmphoto----attached
is a shot of a similar size hillside combine, a JD 6602
harvesting
Madsen soft white wheat near The Dalles, Oregon. The MH2
and the 6602 both level to about 45%
John Mc
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JD 2970 STS Combine Hill-side
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case ih hill-side harvesting wheat
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Another
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Another Gleaner
(No hill side)
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Hey guys!!! Who was the first company that makes hill side
combines????
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The truth I not it.
It could be JD or Laverda ???????????
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Laverda M 112 AL (Made in Italia)
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The first hillside combines were pull type wood machines
made in California in the late 1800's. These were ground
drive. (horse killers in some conditions requiring maybe
close to 30 horses?) Holt which became Cat and sold their
combine later to John Deere to concentrate on industrial
equipment built the first regularlay produced metal hillside
combine for the Western US.
The first selfpropelled combine was built by Harris (not
Massey Harris - another California combine company in
business till the late 60's and built some hillsides for
Çase in the 60's. ) The Harris 88 was produced about 1951
and had a 14 ft header and 36 inch (about 91cm separator
width with raddle system instead of walkers and a narrower
spike tooth cylinder. It could level to 55 percent more than
combines drived by universal joints from the transmission
under the machine. It had chain drives in housings.
Financial troubles hurt its survival. It was a nice looking
combine.
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Laverda 2450 AL 4WD (Hill Side)

Engine
IVECO AIFO tipo 8361 SRE 10
Cilindrata cm³ 8.102
Potenza CV/kW 235/173

Corte 5,40 m
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Laverda 1740 AL (Hill side)
Corte 4,80 m

level Trasversale 40 %

engine
IVECO AIFO tipo 8065 SE 00
Cilindrata cm³ 5.861
Potenza CV/kW 170/125
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Hey Redpainter
Interesting and good history combine hill side.
Thanks
:-)
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