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moving this thread to the red page as I'm tired of the lexion one argument on who delevoped the rotary combine. I have posted if it works picts from the IH product devolopment 1831 -1985 which shows the devolopment of the axial flow in the 50's and 60's
 

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the book is IH farm equipment product history by baumheckel and borghoff ASAE approved material tells of all IH patents and firsts like the HYDROSTATIC combine good read
 

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Quote:Do something about the quality of those pics, Tony. Not everyone here, has a 800x microscope, duh.


If you click on them it gets big.


I have that book, i like it a lot.
 

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You really dug into the archives Tony.
Worked fine, very interesting.
One major change was to feed the rotor on the bottom instead of on top.

Don
 

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tony thanks for the info thats pretty neat..

Also when they stole that from new holland was it called the

NH1 and NH 11 ??


(Just kidding fordboy)
 

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Don't worry, someone will still argue because they "feel" that something was different or the "heard from a friend" that it went down in a different way. Never let the facts stop a good argument!
 

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Yeah i know...im not trying to be mean on that last post just have fun with him

its funny how a thread starts and changes becomes a question as curious if fordboy is right then changes even more!!!!!

In all you learn alot here...
 

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I keep quite a lot of the time but when people are just talking out their a$$ I have to sound in I saw a 151 and a 181 IH combine here in bridgeport today had never seen a 181 also a f20 with a 2m picker on it man those old guys had to be tough to run that stuff.
 
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