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Meltfms

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About Meltfms

  • Birthday 01/16/1947

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    ECILLINOIS CASEY,IL
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    Farmall 656--966--Super M--Super W6-Magnum 305--5240--7240 and all red equip. Toy collector and country dancing
    Viet Nam Veterans reunion leader

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  1. By all means go with the 4000 series . Have had the 1083, 2208, 3208 and the 4208. 4000 series is very similar to the gerrinhoff. Almost 0 kernel loss, less trash intake, 7 years and no repairs, will change knives for this fall. Ran it on a 7088 and now a 7240
  2. My mistake. I learned on a 76
  3. It would be a #65 combine Unloading auger is on front of tank, A 76 the auger is behind the tank
  4. Used to run an American drag line. Cable, levers. Took a few days to get the hang of it. Being a farm boy it was a fun thing to operate . Digging gravel one day and next day feeding the crusher
  5. Casey Illinois along I70 30 mile west of Indiana line. Home of Big things in a little town
  6. We had the same thing but dad used it to raise trucks at the government grain sites. Still have it around.
  7. Looks good, won't use ours until crops are finished. Will disk then seed waterways
  8. Got the blades(nichols) from our CIH dealer, they were $6.00/blade cheaper. Bearings were about the same
  9. Neighbor has a Zetor and he gave them to us, fits inside bracket but we bolted them fast .
  10. Just found us a 10 ft 370. It needed blades and bearings. Will pull it behind a SM or a SW6
  11. Don't think King Bros. had any that looked that way. All theirs was under the hood.
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