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hi guys,

i hope somebody can help me with this.
i am looking for an image of a rear wheel tire of a
combine (the best would be a NH Tx 68)
Has anybody a idea where to find one that is maybe taken
like this one




thanks a lot

sorry for the green here
 

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Quote:Why?

Don


hi don,


i have to do a presentation on
combines and tires
one of the combine i have data of
is a new holland so it would have been
nice to have a picture that i can have side
by side
 

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i have to do a presentation on
combines and tires
one of the combine i have data of
is a new holland so it would have been
nice to have a picture that i can have side
by side

Hi twitter.
That sounds very interesting. In what area are you talking of tires? Not trying to bug you just love the subject.

Don
 

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i have to do a presentation on
combines and tires
one of the combine i have data of
is a new holland so it would have been
nice to have a picture that i can have side
by side

Hi twitter.
That sounds very interesting. In what area are you talking of tires? Not trying to bug you just love the subject.

Don


hi don,

not a problem

i did some research on contact area of tires
and the applied ground pressure.
which included also combines.
2 farms used tx 68s but i didnt get any pictures of the
combine tires.
i got a pic of the sts this summer and thought i would make a good
picture to have another pic like that besides of it,
it wouldnt have to be NH it would just be nice to have at least a pic that matches the data a bit since i didnt have the sts in the research.
i dont want to bash NH i know they have very good combines
and will put good tires on if the can.
(thats just said in case somebody gets me wrong)
I was surprised that the pressure at the rear tire is still
fairly high.
 

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This tire is a Firestone 16.5/85-24 14ply

The empty weight with the cornhead attached is 35530 lbs

Weight on front axle is 26960

Weight on rear axle is 8570
These are also empty weights with corn head attached

Grain bin holds 300 bushels.

I have never weighed it with the bin full.
 

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Hey twitter that's an interesting subject for sure. I cant quite make out the whole subject on that website, but it sounds like comparing 2 wd and 4 wd with and without duals at each end or flotation singles


Here's another pic if you want it. It's not true IH as I made an axle for the IH with JD ends. The JD ends dont have that outrageous camber problem like the IH. I dont think it would be a good idea to put duals on the rear of a 2 wd IH.


So what are some of your findings about this topic?
 

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I can save them just fine so I have no idea what you're TRYING to do then. Just right click on the pictures and goto Save As. Just pay attention to where you save it to (default location is the My Pictures folder). You not being able to save the image has nothing to do with it being hosted on Imageshack.
 

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oh sorry, nevermind

dont know why i did that wrong
i downloaded some podcasts before i tried
the pics so i ended up
at 'save taget...'
and not
at 'save picture...'

thanks

i guess i need more sleep
 

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Grain bin holds 300 bushels.

I have never weighed it with the bin full.


thanks for all the informations

just some short info:

if conv. the bushel to liter and the * it with 0,7
you should get the weight in kg
(if i remem. it right)

if you guys want to know more about the
topic ...
than i can post a bit more after the presentation

thanks again @tx68 and doorknow for the pics
and caseguy for the download tip


happy holiday season @ all
 
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