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Combines & Harvesters Discussion Forum

JD 42 combine problems.

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10-02-2012 07:20:23

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Just recieved a phone call from a man in Ohio.He has a #42 combine.His problem is soybean "stuff" piles up on the front of the chaffer.I,ve never done soys so couldnt help much,other than general info.He also woudered about pulling the sieves.That should be pretty much self explanetory?He also wondered if the sieves would come out with the strawchopper in place.Thanks

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10-02-2012 12:50:57

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 Re: JD 42 combine problems. in reply to DeltaRed, 10-02-2012 07:20:23  
Change the pulley and increase the speed of the fan. My brother nearly doubles the fan speed on his pull type IH combine and it was a great improvement.

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Mike Aylward

10-02-2012 11:08:38

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 Re: JD 42 combine problems. in reply to DeltaRed, 10-02-2012 07:20:23  
Chaff should never touch the top sieve (chaffer). The fan blast should be strong enough to instantly float the chaff. Chaff that rides on the chaffer will carry beans out the back. So many see beans on the ground and think less air is needed when almost always it's MORE air that is needed. Mike

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cooney minnie

10-02-2012 10:56:51

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 Re: JD 42 combine problems. in reply to DeltaRed, 10-02-2012 07:20:23  
The "stuff" is... pods? Full pods or threshed?

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