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Can I run a 1020 bean head on '79 1460

I'm new to a IH rotary, but I am buying my deceased bro in law's '79 1460 and he was running a 820 bean head, but it was beat up some, so I was wondering if I could update to a 1020 bean head, would I have to manually run it for header height control?
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Re: Can I run a 1020 bean head on '79 1460

yes you can. I have a good friend that runs a 1020 on a 1981 1460. I believe it is a 20 or 22 ft. I can check if you want me to.
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Re: Can I run a 1020 bean head on '79 1460

If it is eletric over hydraulic combine, you need 1400 series header height potentiometer on back of header. If the combine has cable operated height control, you need to get the proper cable for it.
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Re: Can I run a 1020 bean head on '79 1460

Where are you from? I might have what you need. If you get it figured out post the part numbers and I'll check what I have.
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Re: Can I run a 1020 bean head on '79 1460

I don't believe IH went to the electric over hydraulic until 1981. So if your combine is a 79 model you will need the cable control for it.
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Re: Can I run a 1020 bean head on '79 1460

Thanks for the replies, I will check out the combine when the weather warms up. I live in southern Mn.
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Re: Can I run a 1020 bean head on '79 1460

I have a 78 1460 and run a newer 1020 head on it I just run it manual it works fine it just requires running the hieght manual.
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Re: Can I run a 1020 bean head on '79 1460

saw a 503 somewhere today with a 1020 on it
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Re: Can I run a 1020 bean head on '79 1460

i think i saw the 503 to i think it was in the last red power magazine
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Re: Can I run a 1020 bean head on '79 1460

o i was thinking you might have to change the deflectors on the front of the feeder house faceplate for the larger auger because it will hit it. we will have to on our 1460 if we want to run the our 1020 head because our 810 head had the small auger
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