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Just found these pics of my trail 6Ft. cut Dania, and the Dania D900 self Propelled 8Ft. cut, which replaced the towed combine.
Why 2 sacks?Stephenscity said:Man I remember those sackers Hated that job!! Enjoyed the pics Thanks!
When 1 sack filled up you would through the leaver to the other side to tie off the sack. Just go back and forth.That way the driver doesn't have to stop.It just keeps going and going and going :lol: :lol:bertman said:Why 2 sacks?Stephenscity said:Man I remember those sackers Hated that job!! Enjoyed the pics Thanks!
Overall, yea, but it was good to sit in the tractor cab, away from all the dust and dirt. If youcould get an 8ft. cut trailer I would go for one, but here 6ft. was the widest you could get.WyattB said:Nice pictures, was the self propelled an improvement over the tow behind?
As you can see both combines use the same secondary cleaner, this passes the grain through a de- awner and then over a fan to blow out the lites.Both can either be used as baggers or tankers. When filling the tanks the grain drops from the cleaner into an auger to the tank, and still fills no 1 and 4 bags From left to right, the first bag is for awns/dust/dirt.2 and3 are both good grain, And 4 is for the lites/chaff/and gits of straw.bertman said:Why 2 sacks?