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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-29-2017, 08:24 AM Thread Starter
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New AGCO Acc Rolls

How do the new style (orange) Accelerator Rolls from AGCO compare to the PFP stainless rolls or the polyurethane ones sold by Gibson (Out of Saskatchewan).

Want to put a new set in my R7

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I have had both agco orange and Gibson. If Gibson are the same price or less I would buy Gibson reason being is if Gibson would have never made a accelerator roll that lasted so long agco would still be only selling the change every year rubber ones. I haven't used PFP stainless.

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The orange poly separates from the steel on the orange rolls before there wore out.
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Clark, that's not good, the three we have had have been great.
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We had a set replaced under warranty, they started doing it again so we switched to stainless.
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How much a set of stainless vs poly?
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We had a set replaced under warranty, they started doing it again so we switched to stainless.
Gibson rolls won't separate at least I haven't had them do it. I would be worried about wrecking something with the stainless rolls with no give to them.
Stainless poly same price a year ago.
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Does Gibson supply AGCO with the poly ones or does AGCO have their own supplier?
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Agco make their own rolls they are a orange color, Gibson rolls are red.
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I got to see some Agco Orange rolls that had seperated, "teeth" looked good, but they were wore through and sliding off the metal further down.

I would vote try Gibson or PFP.

IIRC someone was running PFP on one roll, and Gibson on the other and liked the combo.

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