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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-29-2016, 05:19 PM Thread Starter
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Shelbourne Reynolds stripper header shroud cracks in half

Any one had the front hydraulically adjustable shroud on Shelbourne Reynolds Stripper header crack in half as ours has done today.

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Any one had the front hydraulically adjustable shroud on Shelbourne Reynolds Stripper header crack in half as ours has done today.
Which size front you got ?

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Front is 28ft.
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Had one wear out. The underneath section that rubs the crop wore paper thin. Replaced with a stainless steel one no probiems so far. Have had the stripping rotor break the support axle in the centre of the rotor ,made a **** of a mess. Our is 6.6m that is 22 foot i think
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Yes we have. CVS 32 here. It's just not built heavy enough. We caught it before it completely broke and fixed it with reinforcing steel. Also watch the back curve as it will wear through. I had some steel rolled and welded it in place. We also had the entrance wear through. We lined the whole thing with hardox steel.

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