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1987 John Deere 8820 Combine
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1987 John Deere 8820

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Local trade one owner 643 6 Row John Deere corn head with John Deere poly Head sight header control Atu steering wheelExpress Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimate
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2010 John Deere 9670 STS Combine
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2010 John Deere 9670 STS

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2012 John Deere S690 Combine
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2012 John Deere S690

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$107,500
2012 JOHN DEERE S690 COMBINE, 4WD, 3719/2592 HRS, 650/85R38 FRONT DUALS, 28L-26 REAR TIRES, CONTOUR MASTER, POWERCAST TAILBOARD, S/N 1H0S690SEC745663Express Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8St... See all seller comments
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Hopkinsville, KY
(270) 881-2610
1990 Case IH 1660 Combine
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1990 Case IH 1660

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$10,900
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2014 John Deere S670 Combine
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2014 John Deere S670

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RAHCO Sidehill System levels entire combine. NO PAYMENT FOR 1 YEAR! Pro Drive Transmission, Power Cast Tailboard, Premium Cab with Leather and Electric Mirrors, Touch Set Sieves, ContourMaster, Very Ve... See all seller comments
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Bloomsburg, PA
(844) 840-7495
1988 New Holland TR88 Combine
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1988 New Holland TR88

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$12,500
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Clarinda, IA
(800) 477-0195
2012 New Holland CR6090 Combine
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2012 New Holland CR6090

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$159,000
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Clarinda, IA
(800) 477-0195
2006 New Holland CR960 Combine
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2006 New Holland CR960

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$70,000
Local trade, decent tires, chopper, chaff spreader, 4 speed, hydrostat, decent combineExpress Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimate
$70,000
Clarinda, IA
(800) 477-0195
2006 New Holland CR940 Combine
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2006 New Holland CR940

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$98,000
local trade, nice machine, fresh engine oh, 2wd, duals, chopper, corn, bean, Express Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimate
$98,000
Clarinda, IA
(800) 477-0195
1994 New Holland TR97 Combine
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1994 New Holland TR97

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$31,000
Chopper, RWA, 3183 hours emgine, 2295 thresherExpress Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimate
$31,000
Clarinda, IA
(800) 477-0195
1991 New Holland TR86 Combine
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1991 New Holland TR86

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$13,000
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Clarinda, IA
(800) 477-0195
2010 Case IH 7120 Combine
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2010 Case IH 7120

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3027/2273 Hours, 2 WD, Spreader/ Chopper, Pro 600 Screen, 520/85R42 Tires w/Duals, 540/65R30 Rears ( Note...Has Tank Auger Damage )Express Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimat... See all seller comments
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2012 Case IH 7230 Combine
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2012 Case IH 7230

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$110,900
For information pertaining to the options on this unit, please see the "Service Logs" section of this auction. There is an original machine invoice that will list all of the options on the machine. Th... See all seller comments
$110,900
Mayfield, KY
(270) 605-2381
2007 John Deere 9660 STS Combine
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2007 John Deere 9660 STS

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$63,300
174776 (K) Yield & Moisture Sensors:Yes Display Model:Green star Steering Axle:4 Wheel Drive 2 speed Spreader Type:Dual Disk Bin Extensions:Manual Folding Tires or Tracks:Tires Tires D... See all seller comments
$63,300
Union City, TN
(270) 208-9234
1999 John Deere 9510 Combine
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1999 John Deere 9510

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JOHN DEERE 9510 COMBINE, 30.5X32, BIN EXTENSIONS, CHOPPER, CHAFF SPREADER, VERY NICE COMBINEExpress Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimate
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Granton, WI
(715) 997-4749
1996 John Deere 9600 Combine
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1996 John Deere 9600

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JOHN DEERE 9600 COMBINE, 5500 ENGINE HOURS, 3715 HRS, New feeder hours floor & chain, lateral tilt feeder house, duals, good rubber Transportation & Financing Available Item located in K... See all seller comments
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Smith Center, KS
(785) 282-3000
1978 Gleaner K2 Combine
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1978 Gleaner K2

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$7,500
1978 Gleaner K2, Gas, Gear, Chopper, Has A/C Unit, Hydraulic Unload, CLEAN. Was plot combine. Also comes with VERY nice A330 corn head and 13' floating cutter bar head. All very well kept and mai... See all seller comments
$7,500
Jeffersonville, OH
(740) 224-8632
2018 John Deere S780 Combine
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2018 John Deere S780

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1203/874 Hours, 2 WD, Contour Master, Single Point, Long Unload Auger, 650/85R38 Tires w/Duals, 750/65R26 Rear Tires, Rock Trap, Express Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimat... See all seller comments
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2019 Case IH 8250 Combine
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2019 Case IH 8250

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$369,950
Auto, EFC, RT, CA, PS, Luxury Cab, 1250LSW/750 RExpress Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimate
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2013 Gleaner S77 Combine
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2013 Gleaner S77

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$128,500
VER-13 GL S77 COMBINE ADJUST STEERING AXLE STANDARD SEAT DECK/PWRFOLD LADDER AM/FM, CD, XM SAT RADIO REAR 480/80R26 R4, ADJ,MI DUAL, 520/85R42 R1W MI PWR BIN EXT, 390 BU H... See all seller comments
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1991 John Deere 9500 Combine
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1991 John Deere 9500

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$25,900
Cab w/Heat & AC Cloth Operators Seat Hydrostatic Transmission 30.5x32 Drive tires Adjustable 2WD Rear Axle 14.9x24 steering tires Reverser Automatic Header Height Control Variable Speed Reel Contro... See all seller comments
$25,900
Bellevue, OH
(833) 411-1074
2009 Claas Lexion 580R Combine
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2009 Claas Lexion 580R

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$75,000
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2013 Claas Lexion 750TT Combine
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2013 Claas Lexion 750TT

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$150,000
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2019 Case IH 9250 Combine
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2019 Case IH 9250

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$339,500
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Machinery Pete Blog

March 15, 2022

Used Combines for Sale

Excited to purchase a used combine? We’ve put together a guide for you so that you can be fully informed when making this major investment. Let’s dive right in and explore what to look for in a used combine. When you’re looking at various models, keep in mind the three C’s to help you make the right purchase: condition, capacity, and comfort.

  • Condition
    The most important “C” when purchasing a used combine is condition. Modern combines typically have around 17,000 parts, compared to a car having around 6,000. Because so many things can go wrong, it’s important to verify that everything is in working order. When assessing a used combine, be sure to check out: 
    • Hours of operation - Like tractors, the condition of the combine isn’t based on the number of acres worked but rather on the total hours that the combine has been in operation. The total hours indicate how long the engine has run and the separator hours show how long it has spent threshing. Pay attention to mismatches between the engine hours and separator hours. If the engine hours are higher, this could indicate that the drivetrain is worn down. While low hours are obviously preferable, be sure to take the overall condition of the combine into account. A poorly maintained combine with low hours can have more issues than a high hour combine that has been kept up well. 
    • Header - Your used combine will usually come with a generic pick-up header. Be sure to record the serial number in order to check the year, make, model, and size. It’s important that the combine’s capacity isn’t greater than what the gathering head can handle, otherwise your harvest may be wasted or damaged. Be sure to look for signs that the combine has been used on stony or flinty ground. You may see scrapes or dents on the cutterbar. Peeking at the header can give you an idea of how well the combine has been cared for.
    • Rear attachment - Look for the style of the chopper, as well as any missing blades. Make sure the combine you’re purchasing has the type of rear attachment that you’re looking for, whether that’s internal, fine cut, extra fine cut, or integrated. 
    • Unloading auger - Be sure to look at the type, size, and condition of the unloading auger. There are many different sizes, and you’ll need to know the approximate length to reach your trailer or grain cart without fighting with your header. For example, if you’re running a 40 ft header, a short unload auger just won’t work. Check for any wear and tear while inspecting the auger. 
    • Engine - Whenever you buy a piece of equipment, it’s always important to look under the hood. Check for any cracked or worn parts, and look for any signs of leaks. Be sure to run the engine for 15-20 minutes so that you can see how it operates at a working temperature. Taking it for a little drive and going both forwards and backwards can help you see if the transmission operates smoothly. Don’t forget to engage the threshing components gradually to make sure that they all function properly. 
  • Capacity
    In order to make sure you’re seeking out the right size combine, consider how large or small your operation is. While a big combine with large capacity is tempting, if you don’t have the acreage that requires that level of power, then you’ll be wasting your money. Think about what you really need the combine for and what features are a need vs a want. 
  • Comfort
    You’ll be spending a lot of time in your combine, so it’s important that you’ll be comfortable during the hot harvest conditions. Check out the wear and tear in the cab area, and make sure to sit in the seat, stretch out, adjust everything, and test the controls. While some features may seem unnecessary, like bluetooth capabilities, they may actually make a big difference when you’re out in the field for hours at a time. 

What Is the Lifespan of a Combine Harvester?


It depends on the conditions it has been used in, the number of hours it has been operated, and how well it’s been maintained. If a combine has been well maintained and taken care of, then your combine could easily last 15-20 years. However, the most important metric in terms of lifespan is hours of operation.

How Many Hours Will a Combine Last?
Combines typically run for around 4,000-5,000 engine hours. Separator hours usually clock in around 2,500-3,000 as their lifespan. However, it is possible to extend the lifespan with regular maintenance and replacing broken and worn parts.

What Is Considered High Hours on a Combine?
Most farmers expect to start doing repairs around the 4,000 engine hour mark. Any time a combine is getting near the 3,000-4,000 hour mark, that would be considered high hours.

How Much Does a Used Combine Cost?
The price of a used combine will vary greatly depending on the condition, age, model, size, features, and included attachments. At MachineryPete.com, you can find combines selling anywhere from a few thousand dollars to over $600,000. Whatever your budget, you can find a used combine that will work for you.

What Is the Average Cost of a Combine?
It depends on the type of combine being purchased. With such a wide range of options, it’s hard to state an average. Instead of focusing on what others are paying, think of your purchase in terms of what you should pay—select a combine that is right for your size operation and budget. 

Where Can I Find the Best Combine for the Money?


At MachineryPete.com, of course! With our easy-to-use filters, you can easily search and sort to find the perfect used combine for your operation. We have thousands of listings from dealers, owners, and auctions. You can also find headers, harvesting attachments, and corn pickers. Find your new-to-you used combine today with Machinery Pete.





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