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rear unload forage wagon

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johnwayne360

08-15-2013 10:14:01
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are there any older forage wagons that could be made rear unload without a lot of fabrication?




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dboll

08-17-2013 21:15:33
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 Re: rear unload forage wagon in reply to johnwayne360, 08-15-2013 10:14:01  
we had S&H and Dokken rear unloads ,many around here had Roorda's made in Rock Valley, Ia. I don't know how far they got from the midwest but finding one or two would be alot easier and cheaper than building something



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johnwayne360

08-16-2013 04:33:29
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 Re: rear unload forage wagon in reply to johnwayne360, 08-15-2013 10:14:01  
Thanks guys. I have an experiment in mind..I have an old flail chopper and am thinking of trying to flail chop some corn stalks this fall, dump them in a building, and use them to feed cattle. But im not sure how well it will work. So if i can find a cheap workable silage wagon, i dont think unloading out the back will hurt so much, because there wont be much weight to move..Just an experiment..

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sideconsole4020guy

08-16-2013 05:09:53
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 Re: rear unload forage wagon in reply to johnwayne360, 08-16-2013 04:33:29  

johnwayne360 said: (quoted from post at 04:33:29 08/16/13) Thanks guys. I have an experiment in mind..I have an old flail chopper and am thinking of trying to flail chop some corn stalks this fall, dump them in a building, and use them to feed cattle. But im not sure how well it will work. So if i can find a cheap workable silage wagon, i dont think unloading out the back will hurt so much, because there wont be much weight to move..Just an experiment..


It works great been doing it for 3 years that way and the cattle love it. Check back in the Allis Chalmers forum for a post I made last fall with pictures of my rig.

I forgot to add that the wagons in my pictures are Rhoorda made in rock valley Iowa. They are cheep and rhoorda made a pile of them S&H are also a rear unload only wagon too made in Sioux Falls SD. There is a pile of them around too.
This post was edited by sideconsole4020guy at 05:14:32 08/16/13.

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donjr

08-15-2013 19:26:56
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 Re: rear unload forage wagon in reply to johnwayne360, 08-15-2013 10:14:01  

All of the JD and NH wagons that I've had over the past 30 years would unload in both directions, but it was always hard on the apron chains, because they pulled from the front. If you're doing a trench, I feel much safer and close ta as fast overall with an old blower and a directional spout.

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wolfman

08-15-2013 18:34:04
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 Re: rear unload forage wagon in reply to johnwayne360, 08-15-2013 10:14:01  
I still have a false front gate rear unload silage wagon PTO operating in the back of a shed.



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Tech 7

08-15-2013 18:12:09
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 Re: rear unload forage wagon in reply to johnwayne360, 08-15-2013 10:14:01  
I think both Gehl and Dion would rear unload.



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Leroy

08-15-2013 18:07:08
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 Re: rear unload forage wagon in reply to johnwayne360, 08-15-2013 10:14:01  
David Bradly had rear unload only.



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randallinMo

08-15-2013 17:00:33
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 Re: rear unload forage wagon in reply to johnwayne360, 08-15-2013 10:14:01  
The older John Deere "chuck wagons" were made to unload either front or rear. I think you just changed the gear box on the front. We used to fill trench silo's unloading from the rear and would fill uprights into a blower from the front.



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tomstractorsandtoys1

08-16-2013 18:11:11
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 Re: rear unload forage wagon in reply to randallinMo, 08-15-2013 17:00:33  
On the Deere chuckwagons you only had to remove the beater shear pin and the cross conveyor shear pin to use reverse.We have several 122 and 125 chuckwagons but have never used the rear unload.



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dhamps10

08-15-2013 16:04:32
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 Re: rear unload forage wagon in reply to johnwayne360, 08-15-2013 10:14:01  
Farm Hand made a rear unload in the early 60s.



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rrlund

08-15-2013 15:17:48
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 Re: rear unload forage wagon in reply to johnwayne360, 08-15-2013 10:14:01  
New Holland had one that would unload front or rear.



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David from Kansas

08-15-2013 12:45:21
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 Re: rear unload forage wagon in reply to johnwayne360, 08-15-2013 10:14:01  
Grain-O-Vator 60 boxes were designed to unload at the rear.



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Tim(nj)

08-15-2013 11:38:14
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 Re: rear unload forage wagon in reply to johnwayne360, 08-15-2013 10:14:01  
I had a JD 216 box that had tailgate and a rear-unload position on the gearbox. I only unloaded ear corn that way, never silage.



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