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#14 vs. #10-A Hammermill

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AGEN

02-26-2002 21:56:04
165.91.72.141



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Is there much difference between and JD #14 and a JD #10-A hammermill. That is, would the manual for one be close to the manual for the other? What are any major differences if there are any? Thanks fellers.




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Dan at foldens

11-25-2005 08:14:45
192.197.71.189



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 Re: #14 vs. #10-A Hammermill in reply to AGEN, 02-26-2002 21:56:04  
I am not sure but I can ask my father. He is presently trying to restore a 10A. Do you know where he can get parts for it?
thanks



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ray k

11-07-2003 12:34:48
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 Re: #14 vs. #10-A Hammermill in reply to AGEN, 02-26-2002 21:56:04  
need rpm for #14 hammermill



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Steven M

02-27-2002 04:03:43
209.240.222.131



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 Re: #14 vs. #10-A Hammermill in reply to AGEN, 02-26-2002 21:56:04  

The only major difference is size. The #14 is 14 inches, and the 10-A is 10 inches.



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Ian T

07-15-2005 22:48:31
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 Re: Re: #14 vs. #10-A Hammermill in reply to Steven M, 02-27-2002 04:03:43  
I have the original manual for the 14 mill, it says the speed of the mill is 3000 to 3200rpm. A John Deere model "A" or similar horse powered tractor is required. This is off of the belt. Mine is on factory transport, and is ran off of 540 PTO.



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