Posted by Case Nutty 1660 on November 01, 2012 at 19:11:58 from (18.104.22.168):
guy's I have a friend that just bought a used 2377 Case combine and they had a 1/2' x 6" bolt come off the corn hdr and run thru machine and ended up bending a flighting in the unloading auger, he pulled the auger apart and straightened the bent flighting then reistalled the auger but now it seems like it is not moving the grain it was, he timed it with the augers like we always did the folding augers to make a continious flighting but would this be right on a 90 degree auger on these machines or should it be set just the oppisite? will call a dealer and see if they will give me the timing specs but was hoping to finish it tonight any ideas? thanks for any in put cnt
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