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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-18-2014, 07:47 PM
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I would change the fan bearing before the season since it is your first and it is common for them to go then monitor temp of the bearing with a infa red thermometer. The other bearings i mentioned just loosen the belts to see if movement in them. As for the cummins motor we are very happy with it prob does use a little more oil than i would like but have ran side buy side with the iveco model and it couldnt touch ours we think ours was 10-15% better (other operator has chipped his to get more out of it since) and we think the fuel usege is fine.


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wafarmer75, being that you are from Australia your cummins likely doesn't have the tier 3 emissions crap on it. That may be why you are satisfied with its power and fuel consumption. If this one is anything like the one I had he is going to want to chip it to gain a bit of power and save a bit of fuel to make it bearable.

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You are right about the tier 3 ours does not have it and the iveco motor did have it so that could have been the difference between the two.
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Concaves and rotors are made weak, but it should be alright if your not in flax, definitely a higher maintainance machine than a Deere too. Sieves also like to fall apart around 800 hrs. Along with feeder chain
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Have you ever had problems with the turbocharger, my cousin had one and took the turbocharger out twice
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I would definitely put in a set of our auger liners for the bubble up auger in the grain tank it will save you thousands of dollars by not having to put new oem tubes in also another weak area on the New Holland & Case Ih is the upright vertical unload tube witch is part of the grain tank and not replaceable, we build a 10 gauge prefab steel liner for that also we have sold thousands of those liners for those machines. We also build stainless steel clean and return grain auger liners. You can either protect or fix your worn out parts with all these liners we build . Hope this helps you. For information on all our combine liner products contact. We will gladly send you all the information [email protected].
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Would definitely get one of our vertical unload liners in it before you wear out the unload tube when this happens it can not support the weight of the unload auger and it will eventually buckle the tank tube and your unload tube will drop our vertical kit will fix that when it happens but it is best to get it in before it does plus it will save you a lot of extra down time Contact [email protected]
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