FarmPhoto.com - Picture yourself farming.
Soil Properties
Thread #898441 / / Total number of messages: 11 / Thread View Count: 3421 / Add thread to favorites:
Lennart 898441 82 Aktiv M2S combine either
Aktiv M2S combine
I gave a glimpse of this old combine in my 2010 w o w tread post 867397 - it's an Aktiv M2S. Don't ask me of any details but maybe Stark1 can tell us more about this rare piece of Swedish farm history?
0,0,0
Re: Aktiv M2S combine
Clooser of this combine - the pictures are from a small farm with mainly old equipment, I have posted some pictures from us baling there earlier.
0,0,0
Re: Aktiv M2S combine
3
0,0,0
Re: Aktiv M2S combine
4
0,0,0
Re: Aktiv M2S combine
Last picture of this rarity!
0,0,0
Re: Aktiv M2S combine
Great to see this nice working combine.
0,0,0
Re: Aktiv M2S combine
What a beauty! I recognise the barn with the semi-indoor silo on the last picture. Road 154?
0,0,0
Re: Aktiv M2S combine
these guys must be great mechanics to keep these old girls going. Great pics mate.
0,0,0
Re: Aktiv M2S combine
Great piece off machine. And you dont have to be such mechanic to keep it running. Its a very basic piece off machine.

This was one off the earlier self propelled combines made here in Sweden. My father used to have one when he started to farm for a few seasons. The biggest problem is that it has a small auger in the header that makes some issues when when the crops have long straw and it makes some knots on the straw and then you get a stop in the cylinder. But 7 feet header, the engine in the beginning was a Mercedes OM 636VI E and inte 1962 and forward had Perkins 4,107. Weight between 2,5 and 2,7 tonnes (heavier with Perkins) and it costed in 1962 27500Sek (2750 euros). The competitor here was offcourse Volvo ST257.
0,0,0
Re: Aktiv M2S combine
From the brochure.
0,0,0
Re: Aktiv M2S combine
Thanks everybody, specially Stark for supplying the additional information. It's seldom you don't get fact's that you want if you search the net but I didn'ät find any technical info about this rare combine at all.

Vilhelm wrote:
I recognise the barn with the semi-indoor silo on the last picture. Road 154?


Yepp!
0,0,0
Loading Message List
[You must sign in to add photos or messages to this thread]
.
Please Note: FarmPhoto.com does not claim ownership of the photos posted here.
Contact individual posters for permission before using any of the photos.
0.086sec