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Re: Gehl Hammer mill Screen

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JD Seller

04-02-2013 01:28:48

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You will not get any better grind taking the screen out. The cracked corn you see at the feed mills is made with a completely different machine, roller mill. All you will get with the screen out is a lot of whole shelled corn, some cracked kernels and some flour fine corn dust. Good luck but I do not think you will gain much in grind quality.

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04-02-2013 08:24:06

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 Re: Gehl Hammer mill Screen in reply to JD Seller, 04-02-2013 01:28:48  
i'm changing screens, not just taking it out

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JD Seller

04-02-2013 08:31:27

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 Re: Gehl Hammer mill Screen in reply to nh8260, 04-02-2013 08:24:06  
When you say "rail holding it down" is this rail at the top or the sides??? There is a guide rail along the sides that is shaped/curved like the screen. There may also be a stop at the top end. The stop at the top end will have to be removed. The guides on the side should let the screen be pulled out the top. The screen just curves out in a circular motion. If the screen has not been changes in years and the feed is caked/rusted in the side guides you may have to take them off to get it to move the first time. If you change it often after that you should not have to take anything apart. That first time can be a real bugger.

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04-03-2013 19:24:45

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 Re: Gehl Hammer mill Screen in reply to JD Seller, 04-02-2013 08:31:27  
they are on the sides, i didn't see a stop at the top, it just seems to fit down in a groove and is flush with the top cover beside it.

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