Posted by caterpillar guy on September 16, 2013 at 05:22:37 from (22.214.171.124):
In Reply to: potato windrower posted by caterpillar guy on September 15, 2013 at 18:23:22:
Handyman, I will look at the nose rollers. I think they are already the tapered ones. I was thinking about lowering the blade to help move the material above the chain, and closing the gap up between the blade and chain. There is about 3 inches from the back of the blade to the front of the chain. The chain seems excessively loose also. I know from running a potato harvester in Colorado 20 some years ago the chain does not run tight like a roller chain does. this does drag on the ground or close to it when running. That is why I wanted to take a couple of links out. Handyman if you want to email me or call me to talk about it Highlinemachinery@hotmail.com or 989-413-5684
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