Your "distributor" will most likely be a flap on the top of your filler pipe that has two positions. You alternate positions with each load of silage you blow up. There will be a handle near the bottom of the silo connected to the flap by a cable.
If this does not exist then you have no distributor (and with only a 40 footer this is pretty normal) as the unloader should be tight to the tripod and out of the way of the incoming silage.
Then your distributor usually consists of a 12 tine silage fork and manual labor.
We would level the stuff out and lower the unloader. Set t up and turn it on. Walk around behind the thing helping it along and packing down the silage in the drive wheels circle.
Then we got smart and replaced the thing with a ring drive.....
This post was edited by sammydwm at 19:21:06 12/27/12.
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