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Combines & Harvesters Discussion Forum

Auger flighting questions

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Wilamayb

12-25-2013 17:20:05
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We wanted to lengthen the unload auger on the late 45 Deere combine by using a donor unload auger. Everything was dandy until it was discovered that the flighting pitch was different between the two augers.

I got on the shoup website to get replacement flighting but they only offer the I.D. I need in too large of an O.D. My tube measures 9 inches which means I need an 8 X 2-3/8. Shoup seems to offer a 9X 2 3/8. Anyone have a suggestion?

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burnt-smta

12-31-2013 14:13:42
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 Re: Auger flighting questions in reply to Wilamayb, 12-25-2013 17:20:05  
I build new augers everyday for brent grain carts, i think as long as the flighting is the same size the pitch difference wont matter it will just look a little funny were the two pieces come together.



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fixerupper

12-29-2013 05:43:37
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 Re: Auger flighting questions in reply to Wilamayb, 12-25-2013 17:20:05  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeSorry I can't help you with the flighting. I lengthened the unloading auger on my 105 and the one lesson I learned is it needs to be perfectly straight or the whole combine will shake when the auger runs.
I don't know what the auger options were for a 45 but the 105 could have had three different lengths of auger; short, long and extra long. Mine had the long auger and I lengthened it to extra long elngth. I thought I spliced them together straight but when I ran it she had the shakes. After I pulled it back out and got it perfectly straight it ran smooth. It might not hurt to spin it on a couple of V blocks to check it out. Straightening it just involves leaving it on the v blocks and jacking down on it with a hydraulic jack. They are hard to straighten because you are fighting the flighting but it can be done. Best way is to find a one-piece section of new flighting. Jim

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Wilamayb

12-25-2013 20:27:27
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 Re: Auger flighting questions in reply to Wilamayb, 12-25-2013 17:20:05  
Thanks guys. I'll give them a jingle in the morning.



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Wilamayb

12-26-2013 14:41:03
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 Re: Auger flighting questions in reply to Wilamayb, 12-25-2013 20:27:27  
Well, it was a no-go. They were closed till after the new year.



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mikey h.

12-25-2013 18:47:17
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 Re: Auger flighting questions in reply to Wilamayb, 12-25-2013 17:20:05  
try RFS replacement flighting supply, Aurora, NE.



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JD Seller

12-25-2013 18:43:49
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 Re: Auger flighting questions in reply to Wilamayb, 12-25-2013 17:20:05  
Look up the site below. It is for Replacement flighting supply. I have dealt with them for years. They can ship you just about any kind of flighting you could think of. They usually ship it in five foot lengths so it can go UPS.



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