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Re: Beginner Combine

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12-29-2013 12:58:28

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Thanks Paul, I was trying to stay clear of deere, they have a lot of belts and some of them are very pricey. I was looking at the F2's and saw some with a head that was painted silver, is that the black head your talking about? Am I right in saying a 438 or 338 head is the one I would need for an F2 on 38" rows?

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12-30-2013 18:01:36

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 Re: Beginner Combine in reply to nh8260, 12-29-2013 12:58:28  
One would almost always want a 4 row head on a F series.... Yup an F438. I have seen one 3 row head for an F in my life, but that is just odd for fitting the drive wheels in....

Both heads are mostly galvanized. The older one has orange trim. The newer ones have black trim. The last year or so they had green trim for the Duetz years.

The older heads used one set of drive sprockets on the cross shaft of the combine throat. The black heads used a different size set of sprockets. Likely match black sprockets with a black head, orange sprockets with an orange head. Don't want you to be surprised when you hit the field.... ;)


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12-30-2013 20:43:17

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 Re: Beginner Combine in reply to Paul, 12-30-2013 18:01:36  
Thanks Paul, can you open your e-mail? I had a few more questions for you if that's ok.

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12-31-2013 07:35:51

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 Re: Beginner Combine in reply to nh8260, 12-30-2013 20:43:17  
Argh, yea gotta do that some day.




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