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Late-model harvesters flood sales By: 01/09/2014 @ 1:44pm

This winter promises to offer some great bargains in late-model used combines. Prices don’t lie.Take a look at the chart below. This represents the trends in auction…

Fuel Injector And Its Importance By: 11/06/2013 @ 4:25am

The world is now in such an era that it is now equipped with the best inventions and technologies for better life and comfortable lives. There are many…

Fuel Injector Replacement Service By: 10/10/2013 @ 2:18am

In this world of hustle and bustle people looks for the best products and the best Fuel Injector Replacement services and the demand for such services and…

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Zip Up the Road with Duramax Power Fuel By: 10/10/2013 @ 2:03am

Performance of Duramax has earned good reputation over the years since 2001 and diesel lovers have acclaimed it to be the best fuel as compared to its competitors.

diesel performance parts By: 10/10/2013 @ 1:36am

Select wide range of 100% authentic diesel performance parts, power, and exhaust at reasonable price on Diesel Soup. We have diesel performance parts for the vehicle like GM, DODGE, and Ford.

7 combine tweaks to boost speed By: 08/19/2013 @ 9:49am

Adjusting a combine is like balancing a tire. True, running a combine is far more complicated than just adding a weight to ensure smooth tire rotation. Keeping a harvester at peak capacity -- so it gleans all…

Combine + grain cart = Tribine By: 08/19/2013 @ 9:25am

The introduction of the grain cart forever changed harvesting operations across the country. Ben Dillon, an Indiana farmer, is attempting to uproot again the traditional harvesting operation by introducing the…

5 steps to an efficient harvest By: 08/19/2013 @ 9:07am

You check behind your six-row combine and find two corn ears dropped every 30 feet or so. Compound this by counting scattered kernels on the ground that average 4 per square foot.Pretty good, right?That…

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