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Heritage Iron Issue #43 - Digital Copy

Heritage Iron Issue #43 - Digital Copy

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Heritage Iron Issue #43 Jan/Feb 2016 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • FEATURING: Oliver 1955. Oliver's 50 series tractor line was upgraded to the 55 series for the 1970 model year . To many, the change was hardly noticeable on the outside, but there were many alterations to help set the 1955 apart from the model it replaced.  Feature tractor owner: Beau Johnson - Cornland, IL.
  • First of its Kind Harvester: Gleaner Model A Model R combines established a new combine design, as well as several inclusive innovations. 
  • Machinery Milestones: The tractor scene from 30, 40, and 50 years ago.
  • DMI: The Hydra-Wide Plow. How wide do you want to plow? Today, the Hydra-Wide Plow is widely known as a DMI product. Many say it is an "overbuilt" plow, but if you know where it all started, that's an understandable statement. Although the DMI name now belongs to CNH, it all began when an Iowa innovator, Jon Kinzenbaw (Kinze), met Bill Dietrich. 
  • Floating Over the Fields: The birth and growth of the floater. Over the years, "floater" has become a generic term for a self-propelled, high flotation, sprayer/fertilizer spreader. Mr. Ed Rickel founded his company, Big A, and produced the first commercial floater around 1966.
  • Muscle Tractor Cooling Systems. The engine may be the beating heart of the Muscle Tractor, but it is the cooling system that keeps the heart beating. 
  • Mini Muscle: Howard and Carol Garber's Red Tractor Models.
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