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  • #16
    This is ONE of the reasons I still look at different things in production ag, I'm NOT a salesperson for bearings, seals, gear boxes, belts or chains, so dang many moving parts
    on some of this stuff....including planters through harvesting equipment...k-I-s-s goes along with luck, I guess.

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    • #17
      heck Dennis , just buy a set and see how it goes ,then get back to us ,maybe ya need a red combine?

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      • #18
        Originally posted by flyingRoot View Post
        82, Isn't that new gehringhof plant in st cloud building any direction corn heads.
        To be honest fr, I didn't even know Gerhringhof had a manufacturing plant in St. Cloud. I priced their cornhead once many years ago and the buying price quoted was so far above my pay grade I haven't paid much attention to them since.

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        • #19
          You mean to tell me you live and farm in the area of the state that call it self corn country and don't know about a cornhead produced right in your back yard.
          Don't get tripped by what's behind you

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          • #20
            Nope.

            My corn head didn't even get pulled out of the shed last year. Unless markets change drastically between now planting, I highly doubt it will see daylight this year either.

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            • #21
              I know how you feel 82. The thought had crossed my mind to leave the planter in the shed also!

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              • #22
                82 he has Midge on his mind--------------------------dave

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