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2015 Palouse Pics

Some hillside action from Washington State. Enjoy.

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I already find harvest stressful, can't imagine dealing with that type of terrain! Enjoy the pictures though.

If there ever was an application for square bales that would be it!

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What is the advantage of the diamond tread duals? I see both a red and a green one with them on. I know nothing about cutting in terrain like that, other than the fact that it would scare the **** out of me!
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Great pictures. Just amazing seeing the combines on those slopes.
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Drove through the area in 2011 harvest was just over,saw a few harrowing we were amazed at the slopes that had been harvested.
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Hey I have relatives in Lewiston but I have never been there . Great pictures.
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Hey I have relatives in Lewiston but I have never been there . Great pictures.
I live 65 miles west of Lewiston.
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What is the advantage of the diamond tread duals? I see both a red and a green one with them on. I know nothing about cutting in terrain like that, other than the fact that it would scare the **** out of me!
There is a couple different things going on with the tires. It seems like the JD people feel that they need the diamond tread because they will carry more weight with the hillside unit. The other thing is the type of soil in the field. The diamond tread works better on the soft ground and the tractor tire is a better choice for the hard ground.


Thanks for posting the pictures Ray.
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Is it possible that they do not slide sideways as badly as the bar lug tires ?
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I never get tired looking @ pic's from that part of the country !! Seen some hills W&S of Spokane yrs ago when I used to haul potash down to Hermiston & Umatilla Oregon !!

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