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Did 715 combines actually ever have a foam cab kit? I see Fehr offers one. I can’t remember if I ever seen one that did but maybe they had all fallen out already. Fehr also offers it in white or black. Which color would be right?

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16 minutes ago, caseih2388 said:

Did 715 combines actually ever have a foam cab kit? I see Fehr offers one. I can’t remember if I ever seen one that did but maybe they had all fallen out already. Fehr also offers it in white or black. Which color would be right?

The 915 did have a headliner and some bits of foam. Think 715s did also

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The late ones did. Inboard work lights like an 815/915, air intake on the pillar, and insulation glued to the steel. Crazy cool. Like picking corn in your living room without the television. Diesel power and hydrostatic drive standard to get the boys ready for the soon to be announced 1420.

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58 minutes ago, Drysleeves said:

The late ones did. Inboard work lights like an 815/915, air intake on the pillar, and insulation glued to the steel. Crazy cool. Like picking corn in your living room without the television. Diesel power and hydrostatic drive standard to get the boys ready for the soon to be announced 1420.

Mine is a late model any idea if they were white or black ?

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6 minutes ago, Drysleeves said:

White

Ok thanks. I kinda like black better but I also like to have things the way they’re supposed to be so I’ll probably go with white 

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1 hour ago, acem said:

A pic of your 715 would be nice 

I don’t have it home yet. Hoping it comes this coming week. 

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I miss my 715: for some reason. It's been down for over 20 years sitting outside rotted down after the engine went bad three times.

Here's some pics of it in action. Dad was combining and I was unseen pulling the grain cart. Dad died of cancer a few years later.

 

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It actually worked quite well. The auger just barely fit into our lowest sided semi

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On 11/2/2023 at 9:48 PM, Alan Dinan said:

Good looking 715!!

Here’s mine, hasn’t been started since 1990. I haven’t had a chance to work on it yet.

ps. It has a couple pieces of white interior foam left.

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I like when someone else says "I haven't had time" makes me feel not so alone 

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Not to steal this thread and IH did not put a factory cab on the 453 combine for some reason. Many of these cabs were made in Colfax, Washington and did not have any foam on walls. You could also stand and operate the machine in this cab. Seems like the name was Comfort King. I am sure there were others that made them too but that is close to 50 years ago and my memory is a little dimmer now days. The service manual for the 453 was actually for the 715. The 453 leveled 4 ways. 

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1 hour ago, IHC_1470 said:

Not to steal this thread and IH did not put a factory cab on the 453 combine for some reason.

 

Not to derail further but what was the reason for that??  I ask because JD did the same thing.  You couldn’t get a 6602 with a factory cab to start with.  The few times I’ve been through WA and Idaho I’ve seen 6602s sitting in the fence row with aftermarket cabs 

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9 hours ago, Big Bud guy said:

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This is my 76’ I think 715.  Has the 310 engine.  The interior is still intact and white.

Nice 715. I remember when dad bought ours back in the early 90s. It was a 79 model and in great shape.

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Wow.  Good looking ole 715’s guys!  Brings back a lot of memories. Grandad bought one of the first quick tach 715’s new in the area.  Diesel gear drive.  We ended up with a gas gear drive later too before the 1460.  Farmed 800 acres of corn and soybeans with that one 715.  Ran the wheels off it!  

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13 hours ago, Big Bud guy said:

Not to derail further but what was the reason for that??  I ask because JD did the same thing.  You couldn’t get a 6602 with a factory cab to start with.  The few times I’ve been through WA and Idaho I’ve seen 6602s sitting in the fence row with aftermarket cabs 

I really do not know. I guess they thought us guys in the PNW if were crazy enough to be on a hillside were tough enough not to need a cab. It was really something when the 14xx series came out to finally have a factory cab. It was a very nice step up. 

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Would anyone happen to have a manual for a late model with the d310 that they would part with? 

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19 hours ago, caseih2388 said:

Would anyone happen to have a manual for a late model with the d310 that they would part with? 

Try Mike Becker “the paper farmer”

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Very nice guy, if he doesn’t have it, he’ll find it!

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