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2017 crop year pictures

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Here are some of our Red power pic's from NE Iowa. 

1086 and 2166

20171113_111034.jpg886 and 1086

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1486 and 826 20170923_184335.jpg

1086 and 75620161023_141523.jpg

216620171031_163237.jpg

708 uni 5240 maxxum 20170911_124501.jpg

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826 and 43020170824_185811.jpg

886/2400 and 886/rb56520170824_185110.jpg

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2166 and 108620170716_174017.jpg

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1456 first tractor I bought and 1456 project20170625_133655.jpg

DC 102 and 108620170609_130942.jpg

1486 and 5488 and FP24020161116_154151.jpg

1486. Below 1086 and my 65620171220_112536.jpg

20171110_164612.jpg

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That is quite the lineup of red.  How about a quick rundown on the different ones, as I went through I lost count of the 1086s, then had a couple of big 56s show up.  Thanks for taking us along!

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That self propelled chopper. Is that a New Idea Uni Harvester? 

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Great looking fleet you have there. Thanks for sharing

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How about that pickup truck?  Is that original or a repaint?  F350 7.3 standard cabs just are not seen anymore.  I think most have probably rusted away.  Nice lineup for sure.  

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I to would love a rundown on the tractors. Looks like a 756 and a 826 or maybe a couple 826's. Love me some 56 series tractors. Serial numbers on those two if it's not asking to much. Please and thank you.

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Maaaaan, you have a lot of Iron!!

Like to see that you have the old Iron still working for a living!

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Great pictures!! Always good to see those older Red tractors still working. Just like home.:)

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2 hours ago, red211 said:

That is quite the lineup of red.  How about a quick rundown on the different ones, as I went through I lost count of the 1086s, then had a couple of big 56s show up.  Thanks for taking us along!

Thanks that's only a few I have pics of, sorry I went back through and edited numbers.

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2 hours ago, metamora farmall said:

Great looking fleet you have there. Thanks for sharing

Thanks

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Thanks all. Reichow 7120 yep 708 uni doing earlage.

Hobbyfarm the f350 has had some work done to it not original.    

 Red tractor fever we have 3 826's that I need to get #'s off of, none are your 15699 though. It would prolly take me a hole day to run from farm to farm to collect all the serial numbers lol.

 Rescue 11, these are only tractors worth having in my opinion I would like to have a 7240 mag. Someday though.

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    Congratulations !  Great line up of well kept equipment !

       We love to see them still earning there keep.

          That pick up belt on the harvester ,reminded me of a Black eyed bean harvester I had back in the 70's  , Was a Gleaner C converted to Black eye harvest and I had a draper pick-up much like yours.  JFY.

  Tony

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21 hours ago, ih crazy said:

Red tractor fever we have 3 826's that I need to get #'s off of, none are your 15699 though. It would prolly take me a hole day to run from farm to farm to collect all the serial numbers lol.

Take your time. You can give them to me one at a time if that works for you. I'm a patient person. 

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Maybe a pic with each description??

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Great looking pics.   We have a  Schuler feed wagon and a 656 on front as well but dads is a hydro.  

Nate 

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Man I am jealous! You have a really nice fleet for sure! Lot of the same ones we have only you have a lot more duplicates than us. Glad to see all those great pictures of the best tractors on earth doing what they were built for. Thanks ih crazy.

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1 hour ago, nate said:

Great looking pics.   We have a  Schuler feed wagon and a 656 on front as well but dads is a hydro.  

Nate 

Ya those Schuler feeder wagons are hard to beat, dad bought that 120b I bet in the 70's and still going, I'd hate to guess how many tons that has run through it. I like the old 656 gas for winter use it will always start.

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8 hours ago, ih crazy said:

I like the old 656 gas for winter use it will always start.

verrry nice group of equipment!! the gas 656 hydros feed our cows all year long, even last week when it was -12.

how do you get along with the Uni in HMEC? i have an 802 with 3 row head and superchopper. mine shells corn terribly in the transition from the head to the chopper, so it is like pushing sand. can't make any time. how does yours work for that?

again, extra nice machinery!

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13 hours ago, ny bill o said:

verrry nice group of equipment!! the gas 656 hydros feed our cows all year long, even last week when it was -12.

how do you get along with the Uni in HMEC? i have an 802 with 3 row head and superchopper. mine shells corn terribly in the transition from the head to the chopper, so it is like pushing sand. can't make any time. how does yours work for that?

again, extra nice machinery!

Thanks NY Bill, the Uni works pretty decent in HMEC but with the 354 Perkins is a little under powered but gets the job done. We don't have too much trouble with shelling I slow the feed rolls down to med. We have the 3 row wide / narrow head for silage which we only use to open fields for the 5488 and FP240. Curious how your 802 does with the little Cummins engine power wise??

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10 hours ago, ih crazy said:

Thanks NY Bill, the Uni works pretty decent in HMEC but with the 354 Perkins is a little under powered but gets the job done. We don't have too much trouble with shelling I slow the feed rolls down to med. We have the 3 row wide / narrow head for silage which we only use to open fields for the 5488 and FP240. Curious how your 802 does with the little Cummins engine power wise??

the 802 has an Allis Chalmers 426 engine set at 185 hp. no problem with power.

i would have to check but i expect the feed rolls are set at high. that could be a part of the shelling problem. i just wish there was less space to move corn between the auger on the head and the cutterhead.

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Very nice pictures!  If you show many more pics like that, you might have people offering to come help just to run equipment ;)  Thanks for sharing

I like that F350 a lot also. I had a 95' single cab F250 and was always partial to the styling on that body series. 

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