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From Farmer Tony's website.

1995 Introduction of 2100 Series Axial-Flow Combine
2144 180 H.P. 5.9 Liter 145 Bu. Grain Tank
2166 215 H.P. 8.3 Liter 180 Bu. Grain Tank
2188 260 H.P. 8.3 Liter 210 Bu. Grain Tank
All new cab and styling (23% more total glass area than 1600 series)
Improved stadium-design lighting
New optional lighting package (after cut, side flood, rear work, and service lights)
Theater style lay-out to right-hand console
Mult-function propulsion lever
New A-post instrumentation center
Improved operator ladder
Focalized cab mounting system
New pressure and flow-compensated (PFC) hydraulics and wet brakes
New safety shielding, service platforms, hand rails, and guards
Improved hinged service panels for easier access
AFS field installed AFS systems released (March)

1996 Factory installed AFS systems released (March)

1997 New 13 bolt final drive mounting (previous 7 bolt mount)
Poly skid shoes factory option
New larger cab air filter on right side of cab
Fold-in rear window
Splined feeder jackshaft replaces keyed shaft
Transmission charged from a 3-bolt to a 5-bolt retention pattern on the differential bearing carrier.
Locking collar on final drive shaft couplers replaces bolt
Rear axle center section tubing increased from 5/16" to 3/8"
Drive plate added to rotor drive coupler
Main hydrostatic tubes replaced with hoses
Seals added to front rotor cover
Detents added to LH shields
One-piece cleaning fan hinge rod
Floating hex shaft between front and rear unloading augers
Unloading auger outer elbow housing rivets changed from ¼" to 5/16"

1998 Introduction of 2300 Series Axial-Flow Combines
2344 174 H.P. 5.9 Liter 145 Bu. Grain Tank
2366 240 H.P. 8.3 Liter 180 Bu. Grain Tank
2388 280 H.P. 8.3 Liter 210 Bu. Grain Tank
Tailings volume monitor standard
Deluxe cab standard
Auto temperature control standard
Engine air filter restriction indicator added to A-post display
Engine air intake manifold temperature indicator and feeder shut-off (2388)
Hydraulically driven rotary air screen (2388) (27% larger area)
68x50 - 32h high flotation tire option (1730 Sq. In. contact area) (38% less ground P.S.I.)
600/65-R28 high flotation tire option (710 Sq. In. contact area) (19% less ground P.S.I.)
Rotor skin increased thickness and strength (3 times more resistant to denting)
Three speed rotor gearbox (2388) w/ adjuster lever on left side of cab
New rotor drive belt (27% increased contact area with pulleys) (21% increased service life)
Torque sensing cam angle increased to 39 degree
Charge air cooling with air-to-air aftercooling (2388)
New engine air filter design (38% Larger filter area) (Lower profile)
Radiator spinner blade standard

1999 Introduction of AFS Universal Displays
Optional extended wear package
Grooved torque sensing pulleys standard
Reverse rotation on left side auger in auger bed
Optional edible bean package
Ladder reworked with flexible bottom step
Improved sealing on feeder position potentiometers
Draper headers released (limited production)
Poly snouts standard on 1000 series narrow corn heads

2000 Elevator-mount moisture sensor on AFS combines
New HVAC system with digital display (like MX Magnum)
Air intake is not drawn from engine radiator air chute instead of rotary air screen
Greasable hydrostatic drive hub
2388 rear axle standard on 2344/66 combines
2388 rotor cage constructed of AR235 wear-resistant steel
Cast shaker pivot support channels
Precision-drilled holes in elevator slip clutch drive hub
Stalk roll bearing shield on 1000 series cornheads

2001 Hydraulic feeder reverser
4-groove kevlar cord feeder drive belt
3rd bearing on rocktrap
Rochelle rotor available
External straw chopper adjustment and taller "coined" blades
Predrilled for external sieve adjusters
Sieve viewing door and light
12-row ready package for 2388 (4WD)
122% larger toolbox
180 gallon fuel tank replaces 123 gallon on 2388
LH shields can be opened without lifting up side sheets
16-weight bracket available
Hillco leveling available from the factory
2200 series cornheads introduced

2002 Steel pin replaces cotter pin in upper feeder shaft
1-piece concaves
External sieve adjusters available as factory option
Push-button chaff spreader coupler
Curved chaff spreader bats factory option
2-speed straw spreader pulley
Grain drain filler plates standard in grain tank
Clean grain auger inlet cone standard on 2388 – 15% more clean grain elevator capacity
Belt-engage separator drive on 2388 replaces wet PTO clutch (with 5-rib separator drive belt)
130 gallon fuel tank on 2344/66
14.9-24 8PR R1 rear tires and heavy-duty rims standard on 2344/66
12-row ready package available for 2WD combines
Hinged right rear side panel with gas strut
Grease banks for steering axle, unloading auger elbow, and front rotor bearing
Rotor gearbox speed adjusting lever moved to RH side of cab
Feeder predrilled for Black Ace silencer kit
New design auger fingers on 1020 grain heads (spring pin, broken fingers are collected in auger)
Mechanical linkage AHHC replaces cable on 1020 grain heads

2003 2344 combine discontinued
New AFX rotor on 2388: 5-25% more throughput
Larger rotor drive pulleys, 900-lb. Rotor drive spring, longer seamless rotor belt
Wire cloth mesh hydraulic drive rotary air screen, relocated to RH side of combine,
direct-flow design, with swing-open door
Square wave technology on radiator and charge air cooler to prevent "deep-core" plugging
2366 now air-to-air aftercooled, 250HP
Muffler standard
New Air cleaner design
New operator’s seat with adjustable LH armrest and removable seat cushions
Heavy-duty 2WD rear axle with dual-steering cylinders optional on 2388


2004 208” extended-wear unloading auger made standard on 2388
All 2388’s have extended wear auger bed augers, clean grain auger, grain tank bottom and vertical augers,
HVOF diver’s helmet, and HVOF front rotor channel
The feeder on the 2388 is now 3rd cylinder ready
Coined feeder slats standard
Composite frame stainless steel wire mesh (0.024” hole size) rotary air screen standard, along with larger, external dirt chute, and one-piece bulb type door seal
Torque sensing unit cam angle changed to 54 degrees on 2388
Stainless steel vanes in rotor cage standard on 2388

2005 Production moved from East Moline, IL to Grand Island, NE
2366 replaced by 2377

2006 Tier lll electronic 8.3L engines: 285 HP rated/325 HP maximum on 2388, 255 HP rated/290 HP maximum on 2377
Enhanced engine monitoring with automatic shutdown
20% larger radiator
Heavy-duty 3-speed rotor gearbox and inverted rotor belt
Curved spreader bats standard
Unloading auger tube reinforced
Rotating beacons optional
Sight glass for hydraulic reservoir
Full-fingered auger optional from the factory on 1020 grain head
 

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Did changing the filter housing so that it gets its air from behind the rotary screen help keep it cleaner? It seems like we tap out the 2188 every other day, probably should every day. I was wondering if a guy could convert it.
 
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