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  1. We have a 915 combine we use to harvest wheat with. We disabled the chopper and spreader so that it lays the straw in a windrow ready to square bale. But we’re having problems with the fan not blowing the chaff out very good. I’ve tried adjusting the fan belt but it doesn’t seem to make much difference. I think it’s a poorly designed fan system and should have a fan blowing straight in from the bottom. This system has a fan pulling air from the side and blowing down and then back up through the ductwork. We’ve been thinking about redoing some of the ductwork and using a high speed 12 volt fan mounted closer to he bottom of the machine tp really push air through and hopefully get most of the chaff out. Has anybody done this or anything similar? We only do about 30 acres of wheat per year. The machine is in good shape otherwise so I hate to spend the money getting another combine. We have a 1640 for corn. We tried it on wheat but it absolutely destroyed the straw. I’m just curious if it’s possible to get a dc powered fan to blow that much air for the amount of time.
  2. Hello many months back I came across a International 1000C that someone swapped a D301 in it from a combine (from a 715 I believe), and for the life of me I cant get diesel to the injectors, I'm getting plenty to the pump just not to the injectors me and my father put a new seal kit on the injector pump following a Blue Ribbon service manual as close as we could, and still no fuel the only mistake that I think we could have made (besides not having the professional tools to do it properly) is possibly with the weight basket but I'm pretty sure we put it together correctly and then its a solenoid pump and the solenoid is going bad, we did try it with the solenoid completely closed with a zip tie and with it free to do as it pleased, anyways any help would be much appreciated, Id really like to not spend much on this pump being I haven't even heard the motor run so I don't want to waste to much for a lost cause, the pump is a Stanadyne DBGFC631-33AL
  3. There is my rebuilted and restored 80 combine. I put a pickup reel this year I include a video , sorry for quality, its hard to film and run the machine in the same time! https://youtu.be/kbeefDy9RT0
  4. Got this today. I’ve have never seen one of these or any of the older conventional Versatile combines in person which is strange considering how popular their tractors were. Unique things about this combine is the double walkers and augers used for the clean grain and returns. The double walkers are suppose to give it the same capacity as a JD 105 even though it was a 42” wide machine.
  5. Grabbed this off of eBay. Now there are lots of 760 brochures to be had but this is the initial one. Seller included a newspaper clipping and a one page brochure too. I know one thing. IH and JD had nothing close to this beast and wouldn’t for some time.
  6. Picked this up too. Manual for a round-back JD 105. Real roundback 105s are hard to come since they weren’t near as popular as the squareback ones. It was a combination of them not being a very good combine and probably being super expensive for being top of the line. Took a few years for combines this size to catch on. BTW, the 105 was initially built in response to the IH 181.
  7. Or a big farmer or a farmer that did custom cutting? Got rained out yesterday harvesting so took the time today to run to town. I have passed this place many times but finally stopped and took some pics. Three Ford grain trucks and four JD 95 combines. The combines are all either 58' or 59'.
  8. Has anyone ever seen a cab similar to this one ? The windows aren’t like 1600 series cabs. Thinking it could e a cotton picker or something. Also the hydraulics are totally different. Spin on filters like 21,23,2500 series machines. It came from a local university. It is an early serial number where it should have a German diesel but has a 5.9 Cummins. Serial number makes it to be a 1987 model. Electrical harnessing is different as well. Hopefully I can get pictures to load. I’m pretty sure Burr Ridge had something to do with this combine. I’m now the owner of this rig.
  9. Somebody wanted to see more pics of the Massey combine brochures.
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