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Re: update on 715 grinding corn

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Fixerupper

10-29-2012 16:48:00
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I think haley is right. Might just be the corn. 450 isn't too terribly fast, not fast enough to do much grinding. A little more cracking, but not grinding. We used to have a bunch of 715's in the neighborhood and I never did hear much bad about the job they did. Does it have Aucherman (sp) cylinder bars by chance? Auchermans come up abruptly on the front of the bar where the factory ones are rounded. They help a lot in tough stringy crops but corn quality suffers a bit. I put Auchermans on my 105 Deere and it did crack more corn after that. I'm just grasping at straws and typing as I think so don't take it for gospel. Jim

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steve in wi

10-29-2012 19:42:52
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 Re: update on 715 grinding corn in reply to Fixerupper, 10-29-2012 16:48:00  
Ya it does have filler bars,their flat in the middle and go up to a 3/8 rounded edge,should I try to remove these?



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