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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-30-2019, 10:03 PM Thread Starter
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1680 with 2020 head

Has anyone run a 2020 head on a 1680 what did you have to do to get the header height to work

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Kit from CIH to make it work electrically. You'll also want a serrated feeder chain. Need to slide auger as far back as possible, you'll also want rubber flaps that bolt onto auger to kick crop back into feeder, there nothing more than 3" tall by 6-8" long.

Don't want to offend anyone but CNH heads are junk. I assume you have a 1020 now, stick with it.

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Headsight has a much easier to install kit to make these two work together. Please contact us before you buy the CIH stuff...that CIH kit is a pain to install and is a nighmare to troubleshoot if it does not work.

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I've got a 1020, 925f and 630f, both green heads are so far ahead of the red ones it would make your head spin.

Look at green ones, Jeff set me up with headsight and all is well

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