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What is this metal strip?

It jammed in my unload auger 90* gearbox on my first load.

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it is a hairpiece that covers the dispenser, behind the shelling cylinder, there are eight, and they are put to avoid the wear of the main piece or the dispenser

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It jammed in my unload auger 90* gearbox on my first load.
The pictures correct, always called it an impeller west kit... think that reply was using a translator, as I’ve never heard it referred to as the dispenser.
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The pictures correct, always called it an impeller west kit... think that reply was using a translator, as I’ve never heard it referred to as the dispenser.
Yeah i got it. I know the last thing i want to do is look at a forum and help people out that speak another language, so its even more appreciated that he went through the trouble.

Side note, i have really horrible luck buying used from dealers. Was a bad omen when it came in on the truck and the driver hands me some straw chopper knives and said they had fallen on his deck.
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That had to be left in the hopper while working on the “dispenser”, no way it went through the machine.
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That had to be left in the hopper while working on the “dispenser”, no way it went through the machine.
Fingers crossed. Diving into the grain tank (since that appears to be the best way in) to check out the impeller in the morning.
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Ahhh, mystery parts! Gotta love 'em! Have come across a few parts over the years either in the grain tank or laying in the field, and wondering what they are and how they got there!

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Fingers crossed. Diving into the grain tank (since that appears to be the best way in) to check out the impeller in the morning.
Watch your nuts! No ladder in there, although there is an aftermarket one available made here in Manitoba. If you look at front right corner of the hopper you will see an access door, that is the proper hopper entrance, although I have never heard of someone actually using it...

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