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Big stripper !

Not quite what all youz might be thinking ? But have anyone seen this big stripper front ? , hopefully I can put the picture/link up

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Not quite what all youz might be thinking ? But have anyone seen this big stripper front ? , hopefully I can put the picture/link up
here it is hopefully

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Hmmm....

I don't know if I should say holy crap that's awesome! or what on earth is he thinking?!

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It would take extensive modification for that combine to lift that header (front)!
Then you would still need land topography flatter than the floor.
Not sure I buy this.

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They expecting a drought?
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that makes absolutely 0 sense to do. With a stripper header you can go 6-7mph anyway. if you cant keep the comber full, drive faster.. if you have a 40ft stripper, and cant cover enough acres in a day doing 8-9 MPH, i'm sure this is not the answer, its should probably me a match harvest instead. one big bump and the thing will split in half. Its flexing just from it own weight.


Does not look like its photo shopped...

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That photo is labeled June of 2016, that means it would've have been used for one fall possibly. Hmm
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You Aussies have Texas beat all to crap.
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[QUOTE=Jake676;2810841Does not look like its photo shopped...[/QUOTE]

Agreed, looks machine shopped,
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It is only apparently 56ft , so not as big as midwests 18meter draper

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