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Wiring for Gleaner F to fit 315 head

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4020 electrician

07-26-2014 14:30:48

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Just purchased a 315 head for an F2-F3 gleaner. Putting it on a late model F. What do I need to do to make it work without auto header? Any suggestions and different ways would be greatly appreciated.

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Doug Wi

07-28-2014 19:30:07

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 Re: Wiring for Gleaner F to fit 315 head in reply to 4020 electrician, 07-26-2014 14:30:48  
I bought an F2 with the 315 head last fall. No auto controls. owner said you really don't need it. Drop it down to about mid range of flex range and go. rarely have to touch the hyds. Had most of my beans done when I got it, but used it on about 9 acres of late wet beans. Seemed to work like he said. Auto control would be nicer, but I'm guessing it would be more work than it's worth to add it to an F.

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07-27-2014 10:59:59

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 Re: Wiring for Gleaner F to fit 315 head in reply to 4020 electrician, 07-26-2014 14:30:48  
Not sure of the how's but I have seen guys convert them over to automatic header height to work with the 300 series head. I would consider that direction if affordable.

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07-29-2014 20:28:02

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 Re: Wiring for Gleaner F to fit 315 head in reply to Jm42, 07-27-2014 10:59:59  
I don"t understand how that would work since the F has mechanical linkage to the hyd bank, while F2 has electric over hydraulic valves, and the flex head wiring connects to that thru the module. A robot control is also mechanical linkage.

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