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what setup would you recommend for concaves for doing yellow peas? new to me 540c has all small wire concaves. is there a good after market all purpose setup? what about sieves for top and bottom? Brandon wheat,barley,peas, red lentils, canola.any info would be great.

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we run a MF 9560 and use AGCO's wide spaced concaves in place of the narrow ones. We also run the screen doors ( AGCO Kit) on clean grain elevator and return elevator to help remove any dirt. The little sieve at the front opened up so a kernel falls through.

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Run a 9560. Take out the first three concaves and remove every other wire then put them back in. Thats all I have done and it works great. Only takes about an hour and then you are ready to go.
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I have 2 9560's i have the first 2 concaves the Sunnybrook hard thrash and all the rest are agco wide space or every second wire taken out. I do eveything with this setup peas canola wheat barley.
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does anyone ever blank off the first two concaves with the plates provided? would the spacing on the Sunnybrook be similar to the agco narrow spaced or the agco with the wires removed?
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when doing wheat you blank of 2 on the right side and if needed 1 on the left and in real tough threshing wheat a third one on the right.
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Run a 9560. Take out the first three concaves and remove every other wire then put them back in. Thats all I have done and it works great. Only takes about an hour and then you are ready to go.
From the small wire concave or the large wire
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From the small wire concave or the large wire
On ours we pulled every other wire on the small wire concaves. We will be running sunnybrook concaves this year. I don't recall the set up right now.

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only put narrow spaced in if needed in barley or wheat 2 a side till sample was clean used to pull wires quick change concaves was easier
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