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    John Deere #25 Combine

    Saw a #25 pull type combine on the net for $350. Was wondering if it would be worth it, and what Model JD two cylinder letter A or B or would I need the 2010? Unless a A-C WC or Farmall H(electronic Ignition) would do the job.

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    What are you trying to harvest, and how many acres? What kind of condition is the 25 in?
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    I don't know just might be for show but would like to know I can use it if needed.
    JD #25 PULL TYPE COMBINE
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    I've seen 25s pulled by 50s 60s and an R.
    That's all I know about 'hem...
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    why do they not still make those for hobby farmers and such?
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    Dad had a #25 for a few years but didn't consider he owned a REAL combine till coaxed the local Deere dealer salesman to sell him his own #30. #30 had the cross feed auger & feeder chain to feed the cylinder from the cutterbar. The canvases on the #25 were it's weak spot.

    For show only a 2-cylinder tractor would work. If you want to actually combine oats, wheat, etc. The WC Allis or FARMALL H would be my pick. Neighbor ran his #25 & #30 over 30-40 acres of oats every year with WD-45, D-17 or D-19 pulling it. Dad used Super M-TA or 450 FARMALL on similar 30-40 acres. Nobody used a 2 cylinder on PTO work unless it was the only thing they had available.
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