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namdc3

10-11-2010 05:28:58




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The 150 Years of J.I. Case book mentions that this extenion feeder can feed from either side. This one has a sprocket at the top (which is on the ground in the picture) so I can see how it drives when in the position shown in the book illustration (straight). However, does anyone know how they drove when angled off to the side? Was there a set of bevel gears to change the shaft angle alignment or something?

Perhaps the book is incorrect or the wording isn"t clear. Obviously, you could feed into the extension feeder from either side, but the way I"m reading it the extension itself could feed into the machine from either side.

Thoughts?

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billkoob

10-11-2010 07:09:29




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 Re: Case Threshing Machine Extension Feeder in reply to namdc3, 10-11-2010 05:28:58  
it's one thing to feed from the belt side to the regular feeder - quite another from the ground and besides it was made for feeding out of a stack.



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namdc3

10-11-2010 07:21:00




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 Re: Case Threshing Machine Extension Feeder in reply to billkoob, 10-11-2010 07:09:29  
Yes, they were handy for feeding from a stack. They worked well for a rack as well, since the feeder was as long as the rack and you didn't have to carry or pitch the bundles as far. Case made a bigger feeder than came in from the side and dumped onto the regular feeder; the book makes it sound like this one could do that as well, but I don't see how considering the height challenge as well as the drive arrangement. It looks to me like this feeder would only work in the configuration shown in the illustration.

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billkoob

10-11-2010 10:01:47




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 Re: Case Threshing Machine Extension Feeder in reply to namdc3, 10-11-2010 07:21:00  
You can pitch from the belt side; up on the rack on the belt side was close enough for me



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namksu

10-12-2010 00:45:20




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 Re: Case Threshing Machine Extension Feeder in reply to billkoob, 10-11-2010 10:01:47  
Yes, you can pitch from either side using just the regular feeder or this extension feeder in the straight position as shown. However, the caption makes it sound like this feeder can sit at 90 deg to the machine and feed into the regular feeder like the larger Spokane feeder did. I don't think this is the case, though. It wouldn't be high enough to dump over the side of the regular feeder, and the drive chain would have to switch direction (by 90 deg in this example). So, I was just looking for confirmation that the caption was wrong or misleading and that this feeder has to be set up in the position shown (straight out from the regular feeder).

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namdc3

10-12-2010 00:46:46




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 Re: Case Threshing Machine Extension Feeder in reply to namksu, 10-12-2010 00:45:20  
oops, wrong username for this site



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