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1984 John Deere 7720 Combine
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1984 John Deere 7720

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$15,950
Good ole 7720 4 wd , clean inside and outExpress Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimate
$15,950
2014 Case IH 8230 Combine
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2014 Case IH 8230

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$161,000
coming from central Kansas a 2 owner tracked 8230 case pretty nice machine for the hours. 2 yeras ago new feeder house chain was put in along with sprockets and bearings local producer said the machine... See all seller comments
$161,000
South Hutchinson, KS
(620) 755-4641
 John Deere 7720 Combine
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John Deere 7720

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This John Deere 7720 is located with our consignor in Ainsworth, IA! Call our sales team with any questions.Express Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimate
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Washington, IA
(319) 653-1013
2020 Case IH 8250 Combine
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2020 Case IH 8250

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$322,350
2020 CASE IH AF8250, New Duals, Rear Wheel Assist (2 Speed), Hydraulic Power Fold Grain Tank & Cover, Power Train PPP 06/2025, Feedrate, HD Feeder House w/Stone Trap, Remote Feeder Fa... See all seller comments
$322,350
Holyoke, CO
(970) 718-9136
2003 Case IH 2388 Combine

2003 Case IH 2388

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$46,398
Appearance Condition: VERY GOOD Mechanical Condition: VERY GOOD Cab Condition: VERY GOOD MonitorExpress Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimate
$46,398
 Case IH 8250 Combine

Case IH 8250

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$399,900
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$399,900
 John Deere 9510 Combine
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John Deere 9510

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This John Deere 9510 Sidehill combine is currently located in Wayland, IA with our consignor, but will be coming to the equipment lot in Washington, IA soon. This combine features 4WD with approximatel... See all seller comments
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Washington, IA
(319) 653-1013
1982 John Deere 6620 Combine
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1982 John Deere 6620

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1982 JD 6620 Combine 4388 Actual Hrs < Shows 2095 hrs > Firestone 30.5-32 & 14.9 x 24 Tires Chopper - Off Indiana Farm Sale 200 Acres on New Air Foil Sieves Alot of work done & money sp... See all seller comments
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2010 Case IH 8120 Combine

2010 Case IH 8120

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$87,500
4WD, Chopper, Pro 600, Field Tracker, Leather Seat, Extended Wear, 900/65R32 R2 65%, 28Lx26 R2Express Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimate
$87,500
Caruthersville, MO
(573) 304-5933
1994 Case IH 1666 Combine
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1994 Case IH 1666

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$29,500
Inquire with Joe Creaser, One Owner Combine, AFX Rotor Upgrade, Rock Trap, No ChopperExpress Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimate
$29,500
Hastings, MN
(651) 419-1862
1991 Case IH 1660 Combine
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1991 Case IH 1660

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$21,500
Inquire with Joe Creaser, One Owner Combine, AFX Rotor Upgrade, Rock Trap, Updated 66' Series Clean Grain Fan Assembly, ChopperExpress Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimate
$21,500
Hastings, MN
(651) 419-1862
2004 Case IH 2388 Combine
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2004 Case IH 2388

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$59,000
clean 2388, chopper, Yield & MoistureExpress Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimate
$59,000
2006 Case IH 2388 Combine
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2006 Case IH 2388

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$52,500
2006 Case IH 2388 Axle Track System Axle Rear Wheel Drive Feeder House Field Tracker Rock Trap Yield & Moisture Monitor Chaff Spreader Rotor SpecialtyExpress Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star... See all seller comments
$52,500
2000 Case IH 2388 Combine
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2000 Case IH 2388

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$38,000
2000 Case IH 2388 Yield & Moisture Monitor Rotor Specialty Chaff SpreaderExpress Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimate
$38,000
2006 John Deere 9760 STS Combine
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2006 John Deere 9760 STS

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$50,000
STOCK# C13459, 2wd, firestone 520/85R42 front duals (70%), firestone28L-26 rear tires (70%), rock trap, multi-speed feederhouse, std feeder house, field tracker, std rotor, 2speed rotor, larg... See all seller comments
$50,000
 John Deere 8820 Combine
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John Deere 8820

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$13,000
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$13,000
Red Wing, MN
(651) 350-0994
2015 Claas Lexion 740 Combine

2015 Claas Lexion 740

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$161,000
COMMING FROM WEST CENTRAL KANSAS A PRIMARILY DRYLAND FARM HAD THIS MACHINE FOR 2 SHORT YEARS AND WENT TO A 760TT. THIS MACHINE HAS HAD OVER 30,000 DOLLARS PUT IN TO IT NOT 300 HOURS AGO. THIS HAS FROG... See all seller comments
$161,000
South Hutchinson, KS
(620) 755-4641
2008 Case IH 7010 Combine
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2008 Case IH 7010

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$59,500
620/70R42 Duals, 28Lx26 Rears, 2WD, Chopper, Dual Spreader, Field Tracker, Rock Trap, Pro 600 Monitor, 3095/1848 HoursExpress Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimate
$59,500
Wabash, IN
(260) 238-8542
2020 Case IH 8250 Combine

2020 Case IH 8250

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1987 John Deere 7720 Titan II Combine
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1987 John Deere 7720 Titan II

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$18,950
Very nice older combine , 4wd , 2 speed cylinder, , titan 2 , excellent interior, very sharp exterior, been stored inside , new unloading augers resently many other new parts , field readyExpres... See all seller comments
$18,950
1994 Gleaner R62 Combine
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1994 Gleaner R62

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1994 Gleaner R62 Combine. Deutz Air Cooled Engine.Express Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimate
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1989 Gleaner R50 Combine
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1989 Gleaner R50

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$15,000
1989 Gleaner R50 with R315 Flex Head, 2,168 Sep Hrs, VERY Clean and well kept. Very solid inexpensive machine.Express Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimate
$15,000
Jeffersonville, OH
(740) 224-8632
2011 New Holland CR9065 Combine
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2011 New Holland CR9065

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$149,500
CR9065 less than 800 hours on the machine! This machine has been maintained and ready for your harvest!Express Financing Get Pre-ApprovedGet a FR8Star Shipping Estimate
$149,500
Marshalltown, IA
(641) 552-0967
2008 New Holland CR9060 Combine

2008 New Holland CR9060

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$89,500
Local Trade with Duals, Yield and Moisture Monitor and Mapping, Variable Speed Feeder, Straw Chopper, Grain Tank Extension, Self Leveling Shoe, Extended Wear, Intelliview Plus II Display, Guida... See all seller comments
$89,500

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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