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The TX34 must have spent it's life on a very dry farm, those original crossply tyres wouldn't pull you out of bed and would leave you stuck if there was a wet spot in the next parish.
A good sign for how original the combine is, that it is still on those tyres.
 

thorpe

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The TX34 must have spent it's life on a very dry farm, those original crossply tyres wouldn't pull you out of bed and would leave you stuck if there was a wet spot in the next parish.
A good sign for how original the combine is, that it is still on those tyres.
The TX34 is a new addition for the contractor last year (2021). To be fair it is in great condition and it will be kept in the same condition by him.

Looks like a Claas combine cab on that last NH combine, tidy job.
From what I have been told that the NH combine the cab came from a NH Forage Harvester

Lovely 8070 that
That 8070 is in great condition and purrs like a kitten at a milk pale
 

jd-baz

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The TX34 is a new addition for the contractor last year (2021). To be fair it is in great condition and it will be kept in the same condition by him.


From what I have been told that the NH combine the cab came from a NH Forage Harvester


That 8070 is in great condition and purrs like a kitten at a milk pale
nearly has to be off the likes of a 1905/2205 style harvester, and looks to have fitted nicely
3 nice nh combines they are too
 

thorpe

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nearly has to be off the likes of a 1905/2205 style harvester, and looks to have fitted nicely
3 nice nh combines they are too
From what I was told it came off a 1905. It is fitted very nicely and standing the test of time.
Those 3 NH combine are all local to me but it was the 1545 first time I had really photographed even though I had seen it around a few times over the years
 
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