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WD with 33 Picker

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KY

10-06-2018 18:53:43




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Having trouble getting my 33 picker to take corn even riding hand clutch and creaping. Picker is not worn out . Deck plates are centered over snapping rolls. Tried multiple PTO speeds . Ran picker picked all the way up and all the way down ... no change . The snapping rolls just won't pull the stalks through ! Any ideas?




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JMS/.MN

10-07-2018 19:51:03




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 Re: WD with 33 Picker in reply to KY, 10-06-2018 18:53:43  
Back in the day, there were some metal clips to be had that slipped into place to grab the stalks...maybe stuck into some rubber plugs in the rolls? I can"t imagine running the picker to apply chicken wire!!!!



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Ray Tractor

10-07-2018 04:36:41




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 Re: WD with 33 Picker in reply to KY, 10-06-2018 18:53:43  
It is possible that the corn stalks are thinner and closer spaced than that machine was designed for, if it was planted using modern methods. I had a lot of trouble harvesting corn two years ago, so last year I cut the population back and it helped. I think the stalks feed better if they are not so close together in the row, and they grow just a little bigger, making them easier for the rolls to grab.

What you can try is to build up the ridges on the snapping rolls with a few strategically placed weld beads, to make them a little more aggressive.

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Ralphwd45

10-07-2018 00:23:18




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 Re: WD with 33 Picker in reply to KY, 10-06-2018 18:53:43  
I remember dad wrapping the snapping rolls with chicken wire. to help the rolls grip the corn. It seemed pretty dangerous watching him feed the wire around the moving rolls.



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KY

10-07-2018 04:07:18




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 Re: WD with 33 Picker in reply to Ralphwd45, 10-07-2018 00:23:18  
Yeah for sure not gonna do that I'd hand pick it first



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