Topic: Re: tell me about ih 715 combine
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A 715 is no way like an 815! The 715 was a warmed over 403 (a great combine by the way) with new sheet metal and maybe a nicer cab. The 815, although using the same width cylinder, was a larger machine with much longer sieves and a larger engine. It had the new side mounted cleaning fan (which worked OK if some additional air baffles were added) and it had the new swing out unloading auger. The 815 also had two production models along with the larger 915. The first "high" model was, for all practical purposes, worthless. The second "low" model could be a decent machine if understood. The rotaries made them all moot!
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