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Schindler 4 wheel assist axles (system Koepfli) made for John Deere. Deere at the time didn't have a mechanical front wheel assist axle and bought the first ones from the Swiss Schindler Wagon AG. The Swiss farmers son / and engineer (also once made his own tractors, Josef Koepfli designed the electrical Hydraulic dis and engage drive and the switch for Deere and also later for Ford tractors. Sadly this has been forgotten over time.

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When Buhrer came out with this model and the two larger ones the Standard and the Super line, the company got over run by orders that farmers sometimes had to wait a year or maybe even two

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Some unique harvest equipment from the 1985 Case-IH buyers guide. I never saw any hillside machines or double swather hitches here. But the pull type axial flow combine was everywhere.

 

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On 1/13/2020 at 3:30 PM, utility 64 said:

Did the Axial Flow 1670 Combine Brochure Exist ?

I don't know of any brochures but it is possible. 

We have enough snow now to put one of these little Case tractors and snow blower to work. If I had one. From about a 1968 brochure. 

 

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14 hours ago, Loadstar said:

I don't know of any brochures but it is possible. 

 

 

 

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On 1/13/2020 at 7:09 AM, Loadstar said:

Some unique harvest equipment from the 1985 Case-IH buyers guide. I never saw any hillside machines or double swather hitches here. But the pull type axial flow combine was everywhere.

 

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From 1939, all ya see is hillside, down here in the Palouse.  BK.

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I have $100,000, in my head from reading in the last few years but could be way low. As  I understand you buy the combine and the dealer sends it to the shop in Washington state to have the conversion to side leveling done.

 

Back in 1979, a Gleaner MH2 with header was a tick under $80,000. Anybody know real close what a M2 and header would of been in 79.

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