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Re: Tire size on JD running gear

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Leroy

09-30-2012 06:14:42
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I do not know what number Kill bros could be that big except for the bottom dump No, 400. The No. 300 bed will hold about 165 bushels and that is all you want on that gear before you mash the gear to the ground, the No.250 bed is about 150 buskels and the orignal beds are 125 bushels and that is what was avaible when that gear was made. The No. 350 Kill bed is the sloped side and will hold perhaps the 200 bushels or with the extensions more but that is way to much bed for your gear. Remember that gear is rated at 5 tons and that is at tractor speeds and not the 8 to 10 tons that a lot of people seem to think they are and you need that 8 ton gear for the 350 box or heavier. The 953 that the other poster said was a 5 ton is only a 4 ton, not a 5 ton gear. and the orignal 125 bu. size is good for them if you want to keep them. There have been many a person killed with an overloaded hopper by rolling over on the tire repair person from either loosing a tire or busting an axle.

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nh8260

09-30-2012 20:04:58
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 Re: Tire size on JD running gear in reply to Leroy, 09-30-2012 06:14:42  
this one has a side door and the floor is sloped, i'll try to get a picture of it and post it and maybe you can tell me for sure, like i said i have no clue what it holds. It had extensions on it but i took them off.



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Leroy

10-01-2012 05:59:56
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 Re: Tire size on JD running gear in reply to nh8260, 09-30-2012 20:04:58  
The question is if the door sets up straight or if it is at an 80* angle instead of a 90* angle from the ground and that door side up to the top part of the box is also on a slope or straight. Kill Bros were made 30 mile from me so were very popular here.



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