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Combines & Harvesters Discussion Forum

Straw spreader bats worn out. Angle iron??

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R Wyler

10-10-2012 16:26:15
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Last year my Gleaner A put the straw in windrows so heavy I could not plow or disc. The spreader is missing one of the bats and the rest are worn down. What would be wrong with some 1" or 1 1/4" angle iron and possibly some paddles on them?? As it is it leaves such a windrow I have to burn, no other way of managing it. Any suggestions on what would work best?




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R Wyler

10-11-2012 06:13:40
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 Re: Straw spreader bats worn out. Angle iron?? in reply to R Wyler, 10-10-2012 16:26:15  
Thanks for the response guys. I should have thought of using a belt. I will look around and find a bigger V belt to use. I do see how the steel ones would be dangerous. I must get it working better because it is windrowing.



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rusty6

10-11-2012 08:06:29
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 Re: Straw spreader bats worn out. Angle iron?? in reply to R Wyler, 10-11-2012 06:13:40  
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Yes, go with rubber. Years ago I replaced the wooden bats on a 460 Case with strips of rubber tire and they worked great. I cut out the ribs of some old triple rib front tractor tires and jst bolted them on in place of the wood.



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R Wyler

10-12-2012 17:27:24
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 Re: Straw spreader bats worn out. Angle iron?? in reply to rusty6, 10-11-2012 08:06:29  
I will see what I can come up with. I need to get it done before the last minute. I have some time to get it done.



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casecollectorsc

10-10-2012 17:57:40
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 Re: Straw spreader bats worn out. Angle iron?? in reply to R Wyler, 10-10-2012 16:26:15  
JI Case used lengths of variable speed drive belt for spreader bats. You probably got an old v.s. belt laying around.



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Fixerupper

10-10-2012 18:33:08
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 Re: Straw spreader bats worn out. Angle iron?? in reply to casecollectorsc, 10-10-2012 17:57:40  
Deere used old variable speed belt too. Works good and is safer than angle iron just in case you trip on a cornstalk and fall into it. I know, you aren't supposed to be in that area with the combine running but........ Jim



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j hikemper

10-10-2012 20:48:50
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 Re: Straw spreader bats worn out. Angle iron?? in reply to Fixerupper, 10-10-2012 18:33:08  
ruibber only , cause scht happens , n o matter how careful you try to be



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