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Combines & Harvesters Discussion Forum

Removing chopper from F

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John Harry

11-04-2012 16:26:29

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Need to remove chopper to remove shoe. Looks to me like only three bolts on each side holding it in. One at back at top corner and two on front that holds the shields. Does that sound right?

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John Harry

11-05-2012 01:52:26

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 Re: Removing chopper from F in reply to John Harry, 11-04-2012 16:26:29  
I am able to hang a chainfall above combine and catch the handles on the sides with a pair of long nylon slings. I think it best to just remove it. Makes it easier to get under to get at shoe.

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11-04-2012 21:23:49

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 Re: Removing chopper from F in reply to John Harry, 11-04-2012 16:26:29  
Do you really need to remove it to get at the shoe? Maybe just let it hang on the back two bolts? That's how I did mine when combining barley and didn't use the chopper- just had an angle iron brace to steady it, hanging straight down.

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11-04-2012 19:27:52

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 Re: Removing chopper from F in reply to John Harry, 11-04-2012 16:26:29  
Yes, removing three bolts each side should do it. Its heavy and awkward so be careful. We built a cradle on casters that we roll into position just below the chopper when removing it. Sure helps when reinstalling the chopper too.

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11-04-2012 20:35:46

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 Re: Removing chopper from F in reply to Averyman, 11-04-2012 19:27:52  
Or 2 long pipes stuck on a loader fork to catch it. Be careful things don't slip.....


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