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10-14-2012 06:15:31

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The chain that drives the straw walkers broke Friday night. Picked up 2 new sprockets and chains and fixed it yesterday, replaced the chain for the sieves also. When I took the shield off, a large roll pin fell out of somewhere. I looked all around and can't find any place that looks like it should go. The pin is shiny, so it had to come from somewhere, question is where. There are 2 pins similar size in the fan pulley, but both are still there. Any ideas?? Chris

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10-14-2012 12:30:12

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 Re: 6600 questions in reply to super99, 10-14-2012 06:15:31  
There are two in the bottom fan driven pulley and there is two in the top adjustable fan drive pulley. I would bet that it is one of them. Check the top and bottom out.

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10-15-2012 18:38:13

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 Re: 6600 questions in reply to JDseller, 10-14-2012 12:30:12  
I took the top pulley apart tonight. It had a hole for one pin. JD store in Muscatine didn't have a pin, need to order one. I turned the pin around and put the good end in the pulley and drove it in. I'm hoping to go back to bean combining tomorrow night, fix it right when it breaks again or I get done, whichever comes first. Chris

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