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Unloading Auger Spout

We wore the poly spout out on the 9870. Any cheaper aftermarket ones other than Mother Deere?


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I’ll do some checking around for from our suppliers but we do build steel bubble up tube liner for that machine that cost about 30% of a new tube and will last 2 to 3 times as long. www.Ihlefabrications.com.

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made out of better steel? I've been putting poly liners in our bubble up. But they don't last very long and they're a PIA to install.

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