05 Jun Working on a Customer’s Combine
Elk City, Ok — Misener Family Harvesters has not only been working on our own combines to get ready for the 2016 harvest, but also surrounding customer’s equipment. This particular one needed some pretty heavy-duty repairs. The walkers near the rear of the machine had worn some holes in the sheet metal and needed to be taken out to be welded and repaired. This is a time-consuming process and takes hard work. We got the job done and it will soon be on the way to the field. Here’s a few pictures of the whole process from beginning to end.
In this video, Clara is the lucky one to time the walkers. This is the final step. They need to be timed so that they don’t work against each other and end up outside of the combine! Who knew the combine had an elliptical?! Finally the job is complete and the walkers are like new again.
Be safe and God bless!
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