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post #41 of 49 (permalink) Old 07-11-2018, 08:33 AM
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Doesn’t fit Prochop...yet.
So is there any chance for this year? My guess is no


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So is there any chance for this year? My guess is no
It will be tight at best.
Are you Prochop?
Those knives shown are Turbochop and all 500 series.
Enough for about 30 machines coming in any day to SB.

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We’ve got a couple machines que’d up for hammers. We’ll put a half set in each per side and do a comparison.
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Apparently they need installed in sets of 8, they just happen to be packaged that way as well. Balance reasons.
Wide bodies tend to have the most wear in the middle.
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Do they come with the upgraded hardware kits too like the Redekop's?

The rotor's are perfectly opposing and you could change out sets of 2 forever. Not sure what would be different now. Should be able to go half way across with brand x and the other half brand y.
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Do they come with the upgraded hardware kits too like the Redekop's?

The rotor's are perfectly opposing and you could change out sets of 2 forever. Not sure what would be different now. Should be able tyo go half way across with brand x and the other half brand y.
No hardware.
Don’t know why my Claas tech suggested 8 at a time.
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No hardware.
Don’t know why my Claas tech suggested 8 at a time.
Are they designing them to be useable with the Claas hardware then?

And ya we’re all pro chop.

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No hardware.
Don’t know why my Claas tech suggested 8 at a time.
If you install new ones on the very outside across from each other they want you to put new ones in the same spot on the other side of the rotor. Then it’s balanced front to back side to side
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Are they designing them to be useable with the Claas hardware then?

And ya we’re all pro chop.
Yes, same hardware.
Huh, thought you had Turbochop, thanks.
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