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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-05-2019, 05:46 PM Thread Starter
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Second beater in TX

Whats the preferred type, the stripper plates of the toothed plates?

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Well this may or may not help but I am not sure exactly what you mean...from what I remember there is the cylinder, then a beater, then a thing called a rotary separator before the straw western canada ive only personally ever seen the rotary separators with the teeth...not sure what options there was for the beater however there used to be I think a slightly smaller pulley for the beater you could change to speed it up and if I remember correct that really livened up the txs.

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Not sure on a TX and may not apply, but if you were ever going to combine hemp would want the stripper plate and high speed is better as well.
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I believe they come three ways
All blades - small grains
Half of each - small grains and corn
All spike teeth - corn

Mine came from the factory for corn beans and grains, has both.
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Swop or not

I have the regular drum out front. Next up are steel teeth on the second rotor. Then the third rotor.
I have seen stripper blades and teeth on the second drum. The combine i jst sold had stripper blades and the one i'm buying has the teeth.
I'm only harvesting barley.
Should I swop it out? pr's and con's??
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Stripper plates are better in dry conditions (less cracked straw)
Toothed plates are better in wet conditions (better exit from the drum)

I have all my machines (TX and CX ) with toothed plates for wheat,barley, and corn
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