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Heritage Iron Issue #26 - Digital Copy

Heritage Iron Issue #26 - Digital Copy

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Heritage Iron Issue #26 Mar/Apr 2013 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • FEATURING: John Deere 7520 Mead Re-Power. 50 years ago, where did a progressive farmer turn when he wanted to make improvements? He went to the shop and came up with them on his own. One early innovator became quite notable for his tractor re-powers. Feature tractor owner: Tom Mead - Amboy, IL.
  • Around the Drawbar: The Firm Grip of a Calloused Hand.
    • Machinery Milestones: The tractor scene from 30, 40, and 50 years ago.
    • Gleaner Transverse Rotary Combines: Taking grain harvest in a new direction. As farms have grown in size, so too, has the need for bigger equipment and greater capacity. One answer was a rotary design that used centrifugal force to hep separate the grain rather than gravity alone. Gleaner N5, N6, R6, S75, and more.
    • Heritage Tillage with Plows and Cultimulchers. 
    • The Heritage Era ROPS: Roll Over Protection Structure. John Deere was instrumental in pioneering rollover protection structures for the tractor industry.
    • International Harvester 856: An IH "Mini Muscle" Tractor of Sorts. 
    • Body Work 101: Part 2. Filler, cleaning the area, sanding, and more.
    • Zachary Family: J.I. Case Collectors. It was at the Pontiac Central States Thresherman's Reunion that Tom Zachary's family was set up with their display of Case tractors. 
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