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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-19-2019, 10:32 PM Thread Starter
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Wondering what concave setup people are running to cut wheat/barley? Have a set of small wire and large wire, this combine runs a 45' draper.

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I use small wire concaves in the first two spots (threshing area) and large skip wire in the back two (separating area).

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We do the same, small wire in the first 2, large in the rears. We also run block off plates at either sides on top of the rotor cage at the front. We are running a 40’ header
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I run small wire in the threshing area and skip wires in the separation area, in wheat.
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