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F2 Gleaner throat

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02-05-2014 18:21:26

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Any body ever bought the complete throat (including the cylinder and feeder beater) for a F2 Gleaner? What is it worth? Is it the same for an '81 model as it would be for a short back?

I'm growing peas and am thinking a spike cylinder would be easier on the peas. Anybody got any experience?
I was hoping I could buy a complete throat with a spike cylinder to replace the rasp cylinder throat. I am hoping that it would be simpler to swap one out for the other.

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09-19-2014 20:11:24

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 Re: F2 Gleaner throat in reply to pea_grower, 02-05-2014 18:21:26  
JMS and Bob

Got a spike tooth coming, I hope. How do the grudgeons come off of the cylinder? Are the heads of the bolts inside the cylinder, so a rasp bar needs to be removed?

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Bob Bancroft

02-06-2014 02:32:18

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 Re: F2 Gleaner throat in reply to pea_grower, 02-05-2014 18:21:26  
As JMS says, it's much simpler to change the cylinder and the concaves. There was an A here years ago that the neighbor put a spike cylinder and concaves in to do kidney beans. I believe everything in the throat is the same all through the F series.

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02-05-2014 19:28:21

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 Re: F2 Gleaner throat in reply to pea_grower, 02-05-2014 18:21:26  
Short shoe/long shoe change was in 1979 at sn 39201. I have no experience with spike cyl. Changing cyl is no big deal....unbolt the gudgeons on each end and lift the cyl out the top. Wouldn"t the concave be different as well for a spike cyl?

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