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does any body know if there is a kit to put a 1020 on the new 88 series or are the feeder houses to different?
 

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im guessing you just need an adapter to a 8010..... i can't recall if case ever made one...i know they made one for a 1083 corn head but at first they said they wouldn't offer one..

im sure someone on here will be able to help ya...

did you trade a 2388 for a 8010?

what year is the combine?
 

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we were just wondering beacuse we have a 2366 and are thinking about geting a new 5088 and wondering if we would have to get all new heads with the new mechine
 

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I thought there was an option to put the old style face plate on the feederhouse of these new 88 machines.
 

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are CIH dealer told us that it was easure to make the 1083 corn heads fit than 1020 platforms
 

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We are in that process right now of trying to figure out what we need. Our 6088 showed up in December and is now sitting in the shed at home. We are going to be putting a 1083 corn head and a 36 foot 2062 flex draper on it. The corn head only had drive lines to hook up and the draper has been converted over to single point already so we are good there. Where it gets interesting is the drive lines. Before I get into them I should add that the dealer has ordered the old style feeder face plate but it has not arrived so not sure what all comes with it. As for the drive lines the 6088 came with a splined shaft (540 PTO) and the heads have the hex shaft of the 2500 series and before. So we are not sure how we are going to make everything match up. We are waiting for the feeder face plate to come in to see what all comes with it and then go from there.

We do have a sheet that the salesman gave us back in May that lists what all kits you need and the part number but I don't have that in front of me right now. I would be curious to see what your dealer is telling you needs to be done to compare what we have been told. I'm sure it can be done as I imagine there will be lots of people wanting to do it but we are going to be the guinny pigs for this area. Atleast harvest is aways off yet.
 

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Kits are offered for converting both 2200 series (around $2000) and 1020 (over $5000) heads by Case IH. With the cost of the adapter package on the 1020, it's probably a wiser move to trade it off on a 2020.
 

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It depends on the width machine, but you can adapt to 5088, 6088 and 7088.

To suit 1020 - 17.5, 20 and 22.5' versions you need

87667737 Elec/Hyd Adapter kit
87336803 Sliding pin latch kit
87473650 PTO shafts
126012A1 Slow down pulley
87374406 Combine Feeder Face

To suit 1020 25 and 30' versions you need

87667737 Elec/Hyd Adapter kit
87336803 Sliding pin latch kit
87473651 PTO shafts
126012A1 Slow down pulley
87374406 Combine Feeder Face

The only difference in the two is the PTO shaft part#
Hope this helps - not sure on prices contact your dealer - that's what they're there for!
 

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A little more info for you. The 2010 / 2020 fit straight on - after all, they were originally designed / built for the AFX 10 series. 2015 pickups do not have a kit to fit the new 88 series from CIH, but I have seen it done. It is probably better to go to a 2016 pick up front.
 

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think if I had one, and just had to have a 1020, and 1083 on it. I would get clarke machine to make me a frame to fit the combine for the cornhead. I don't think it would be to hard to remake it to fit. all you need for a drive line is a pto shaft with differnet ends one hex one 540. the harvestmore header guy builds his to fit a 8010? wonder if he can redo 1020's? I hated my 2020 so much Iwas going to remake a 30' 1020 to fit it, at one time.
 

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Hey tony what was it you hated so much about your 2020? Looking around for one and was just wondering. I know a draper would be better but is also alot more $$. Didnt know if it was just a lemon or the 2020 in general?
 

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I know case has a kit to fit the 10 series head to a 7088 but will this same kit work for the a Macdon head that was on a 2588?
 

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Depends on what Macdon it is and the adapter fitted. The ones built for AFX combines will fit straight on to the new 88 series. The ones that were built for AFX, but were fitted to 2*88s need to have the "faceplate" adapter removed. (The two pieces of steel bolted either side of the draper adapter to hang off the combine feeder). Also the end yoke on the knife drive shaft needs to be changed to a AFX style and the gearcase drive for the draper belts. It is cheaper to buy the whole gearcase than just the input shaft.
Hope this helps. Any questions?
 

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were going to let our dealer put the adapter on our 2062 draper heads.... what all will that include basically... its going on a 6088...

won't they just put a 8010 adapter on it?

thanks for the info..

also will the switch to change pitch be just like what ive been doing each year...just installing it into the console ect...
 

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No it won't. From what I have read in the operators manual there is what they call a "shift" button on the back of the propulsion lever and when you press that and then the reel fore/aft it will change the pitch of the knife. Sounds like they have already built it in at the factory. The shift button lets you run other functions also but I can't remember what all else and do not have the manual in front of me right now.
 

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It has on CNH combines since 07.
I have seen several references to knife angle being changed which is correct but actually the entire header angle changes which also makes the reel more aggressive and lowers the knife relative to the cutterbar/skidshoes.
I realize anyone familiar with MacDon would know this but this forum reaches a wide spectrum of people.

Don
 

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If it is your existing draper, they will fit pretty much what I said.
New drapers from the factory suit the new 88 and 20 series straight up - adapters for 23/2500 series need to fitted if fitting to an earlier machine.

As for the hydraulic centre link, what mx110 said is correct. I think the other options for the shift button is nudge left or right for accuguide from memory.
 

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well i kinda like the sound of not haveing to run that d**n switch every year!!


yeah its easier to say it changes the pitch of the knives but the hole head changes....
 
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