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Re: McCormick model 21

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Solo498

02-08-2018 10:02:43




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There is definitely a lever that adjust speed of rollers with teeth and the beaters ( paddles ). There are 8 notches for that lever.




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pburg

02-09-2018 12:13:25




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 Re: McCormick model 21 in reply to Solo498, 02-08-2018 10:02:43  
I've had several Mod 200 IHC spreaders, and your Mod 21 looks similar to the 200. In fact I've
never heard of a "21" spreader. I know that there are several suggestions given here. But don't
do any modifications until you're sure of what you're doing. Yes, your tire tread is wrong, but
all you have to do is switch the tires around---L to R, and R to L. No big deal. The two levers on the front---One simply engages the beaters. The other engages the floor mechanism--AND controls its
speed, depending on which notch you have selected. I usually use the fastest speed while driving
about 5mph. This speed will do a good job of shredding the poo, and throwing it a good distance.
There are lots of grease fittings---make sure you clean the zerk (grease fitting) before you put
the grease gun to it. A well-lubed spreader will last a long time. Don't over-look lubing the axle
bearings. If you have more questions about your spreader, I'm willing to help.

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Leroy

02-08-2018 14:32:44




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 Re: McCormick model 21 in reply to Solo498, 02-08-2018 10:02:43  
Lets see a picture of where the are mounted with those notches as I think at one time some body destrowed that part of the spreader and used pices that were not what was supposed to be to repair.



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solo498

02-08-2018 18:30:54




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 Re: McCormick model 21 in reply to Leroy, 02-08-2018 14:32:44  
I can't get this site to allow me to add photos. I choose the pictures and it says begin uploads , has the selected pictures below but I can't find how to upload them. I'm not sure if it's me or there is an issue with the site. I can not remove my post either. Says editing is temporary turned off. I'm not sure if that has anything to do with it. You can email me if you want , I'll send them you. I don't believe this spreader has been changed butttttt I honestly don't know Solo498 @ Comcast . Net

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Leroy

02-09-2018 08:19:28




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 Re: McCormick model 21 in reply to solo498, 02-08-2018 18:30:54  
I don't know if you realiesed it but you did a no no by puting your email in this post, not supposed to do it but it is for your own safty. By doing that you put it out there for any and all scamers-hackers to get it and tyen load you down with junk or send trash to other people making them think it came from you instead of where it actually came from.



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Leroy

02-08-2018 14:29:09




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 Re: McCormick model 21 in reply to Solo498, 02-08-2018 10:02:43  
That sounds like the lever for the web and not for the beater, slow down beater and it does not have power enough to tear out the manure and spreade it. The beater is only supposed to have the 2 notches fof enguaged or not enguaged. If there is notches on lever for beaters somebody did some messing up the spreader.



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