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09-30-2013 20:01:27

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Im just about to start the same job on my 7720.Its doing the same as yours. I didnt realize the feeder house had to come off. Im also going to checkout that poly kit, might be the way to go. Its a little over a grand for a new trough from deere.

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09-30-2013 20:36:35

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 Re: 6620 combine in reply to justanothercase, 09-30-2013 20:01:27  
i looked at the poly kit and it looks like the pan would have to come out to put it in anyway so if i have to take it out im just gonna put a new one in.

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10-01-2013 19:47:51

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 Re: 6620 combine in reply to justanothercase, 09-30-2013 20:36:35  
Neighbor had to replace the pan in his 7720 and when he found out the price of new parts he bought a sheet of 16 gauge steel and cut it into 4ft wide strips and we bent them on my bending brake, only cost him about $80 to fix

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10-01-2013 20:25:58

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 Re: 6620 combine in reply to Handyman, 10-01-2013 19:47:51  
i like that idea I could probably get the local machine shop to do that and with heavier steel so I could do a good job welding the ends on.

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