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95 Feeder house changes

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10-03-2012 18:47:00

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I figuared after the phone calls and emails about how I did this change over for the AC corn head on the JD 95 I would make it easer to see how I did. After taking the JD face plate off I changed the 1 1/2x2 inch angle to a 3x3 angle and drilled it to fit the JD face plate and the feeder house with a few more bolts added for strenth. I added a 4 inch chanel from the top down to ware the hydrolic cylinder hooks up and a piece of 3x1/4 flat band bent to fit on the side of the feeder house for the AC adapter to bolt to. The AC adapter is bolted to the top of the feeder house and the extra suport I added to it. I did double the lift cylinders and now it will lift the corn head at an idle. To drive the corn head I added a 16 tooth weld-a-sproket to the drive side behind the hub that drives the shaft, On the other side I cut a key way to the shaft and added the same 16 tooth sproket to that side for the drive. Anyway to go back to the JD face plate all I have to do is unbolt the top AC adapter and bolt the face plate back on and put the JD head on and we are ready to go. As you can see in the pictures nothing interfears with the JD face plate when I put it back on so the extra reinforcement are tucked in just right. I gave it a paint job as I put it back togeather, Not to bad lookin. Now dad thinks I need to paint the whole combine! I told him I'll do it like Johnny Cash did ONE PIECE AT A TIME! Bandit

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10-04-2012 17:34:35

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 Re: 95 Feeder house changes in reply to Banditfarmer, 10-03-2012 18:47:00  
I second the response from Kris A NC.I have been following this from the beginning and am glad to see you come this far with it-Great job.How is the corn looking,Is it ready yet? When you pull in the first eight rows and start we will all be in the cab with you hoping for the best!

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10-04-2012 18:34:54

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 Re: 95 Feeder house changes in reply to haley, 10-04-2012 17:34:35  
Yesterday I picked 12 ears at random and hand shelled them and took the sample to the mill to check the moisture and its at 24 percent now so it will be a while. Hope to have a video camera there when I go to the field so I can post it. I dont know how it will handle the 8 row but we are going to find out one way or the other. Bandit

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10-05-2012 04:07:09

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 Re: 95 Feeder house changes in reply to Banditfarmer, 10-04-2012 18:34:54  
If the corn is real good and loads it too much you can always fall over and pull just 4 rows at a time.

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10-04-2012 07:45:38

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 Re: 95 Feeder house changes in reply to Banditfarmer, 10-03-2012 18:47:00  
I have been following your progress to see how you do and I have to say you are a very talented person. I wish you a good harvest this year and look forward to seeing how the AC head performs and how the 95 handles it. All the fab work looks professional and as if it should be there. Nicely done.

Kris A NC

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10-04-2012 17:34:42

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 Re: 95 Feeder house changes in reply to Kris A NC, 10-04-2012 07:45:38  
Thanks, I have offen wondered what I could build if I had a proper shop to work in. I cant wait till I can put the corn head on and see what she can do. I will post some pictures and video when I get her in the field. Bandit

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10-03-2012 18:51:19

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 Re: 95 Feeder house changes in reply to Banditfarmer, 10-03-2012 18:47:00  

Forgot to add this, All that comes off is the face plate and nothing else. When the Ac adapter comes off its the top piece and a angle that bolts to the bottom of the feeder house to fill in that area. Bandit

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