The first,second and fourth pics are of the later 'flat faced'feeder house.it is 'universal',will attatch to most/all heads.The third is the older round faced feeder houes.It will only fit the correct grain head.The "intermediat feederhouse' is pretty scarse.But are only worth scrap or a little more....(unless you need one).Steve
Re: 95 combine in reply to DeltaRed, 02-03-2013 20:18:48
OK, that's where the hood comes in. The intermediate has a hood and the old quick tach wannabe does not. It's been quite a few years since I've worked with one. I put an intermediate on my 105 so I could use a 20' bean head. I only used it one year and then I retired the combine to the shed. The 20' head was a perfect match for the machine capacity. Jim
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