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10-04-2012 15:35:33

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Here's a few that I took today.

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Jim SC

10-06-2012 13:12:52

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 Re: picking corn in reply to rrlund, 10-04-2012 15:35:33  
Looks like a NI-325. I need to replace a bunch of the fingers on the husking bed and AGCO Dealer said $127 EACH. I found some manufactured by a specialty company for $30 each, so I ordered ONE to try it out before I jump into that much money.
We pick about 20 acres each year but never come close to 200bu/acre in SC. Good years are 100 bu.

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Jim SC

10-09-2012 13:49:32

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 Re: picking corn in reply to Jim SC, 10-06-2012 13:12:52  
Thanks guys. Donjr, Frys does have them but they want $50 each, much cheaper than my local AGCO dealer, but I'm still waiting the one I ordered for $30 bucks. If it looks/works fine, I'll order more...maybe get a discount.
GordoSD, I couldn't find the one you referenced on ebay, but I'm worried that ones that old may be hard and broken just like mine.
Thanks again.

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10-08-2012 17:32:51

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 Re: picking corn in reply to Jim SC, 10-06-2012 13:12:52  
He has three different size husking fingers on there. But he misspelled them. Listed as "Hasking fingers" That should get you to them. What size do you need? Huge salvage yard near here. I just bought a 324 today. Need to tear into and see what it needs.

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10-08-2012 17:20:59

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 Re: picking corn in reply to Jim SC, 10-06-2012 13:12:52  
Someone is parting out a 324/325 on ebay. Every single part is there, cleaned and ready to install. Search new idea 324. Even has the manual. I just stole a 324 with the 326 husker, manual,and jack. Original good 24 inch turkey track tires. Shedded, nice paint. $240. Towed it 32 miles to home.

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10-06-2012 20:25:32

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 Re: picking corn in reply to Jim SC, 10-06-2012 13:12:52  
Jim- Try Fry's in Pa. They have or make alot of aftermarket stuff at far less than the dealers try to stick you for. Their phone # is 570-546-3968.

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10-04-2012 17:30:13

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 Re: picking corn in reply to rrlund, 10-04-2012 15:35:33  
So what size wagons are those?

I got 4 Parker 220bu wagons, but have to take the front of the extension off, and am lucky if I get 100 bu of ear corn in a load, the back of the wagon is pretty empty. I'd like to figure something a little better out, seems I'm wasting space & time and worse yet - effort! You got your wagons full all around in the other pics you have up?


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10-04-2012 17:35:28

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 Re: picking corn in reply to paul, 10-04-2012 17:30:13  
They're Killbros 350s. Don't know just how many bushels they'll hold,but I'm filling a 1000 crate crib with 7 loads.

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