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Some time back I saw a lot of pictures of sidehill combines here on this forum cutting wheat that area and machines really sparked my desire to see them first hand !

Next year I'll hit the big 70 I've have always had a hankering to ride in a hillside combine cutting wheat in those hills that's in the north west !

I'm really not acquainted with any of that area so I don't know where the best area's to see.

Anyone care to allow an old grain farmer for Southern Illinory a chance to take a round or two !

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Tom
 

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For a hilly area in Washington go to google maps and draw a line from Walla Walla, WA to Colfax, WA and look at that line and to the east for the most part will cover a lot of hilly country before you get into the actual mountains. Some of the twistiest hills are the Skyrockets which lie to the north of Prescott, WA and south of the Snake River.

We run combines in steep hills but we don't have leveling on ours.
 
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