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well i went to the shoup website and could not find it. i think now it might have been in a magazine that sells combine parts for less than oem. just cant remember the name of the company.
 

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Whether it is an aftermarket company or the OEM Deere one Part # (H216209) Hardware Kit # (AH220663). It will fit 9650's (695501-) 9750 (695601-) STS Combines and 9660 & 9760 (-715100) for Tier 2 Engines.

These scoops are definetly worth it. They reduce the amount of dust that is taken in the air filter by pulling it from above. I can honestly say after running both of them with & without the air scoop that with the scoop you only have to blow your filter out probably once a week maybe twice but without the scoop it is definetly necessary at least 4 times a week and likely more than that.
 

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Based on the serial # breaks I gave in my posts, yes it is for the earlier 50/60 series combines, but they must fall after the first set of serial # breaks as they would have tier I motors in them and would require more air flow than the laters, but yes that's what it is.
 

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The early 60 series didn't have the scoop?
I've run both, the scoop eliminated rad cleaning and reduced air filter cleaning to a fraction of the old setup.

Don
 

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The early 60 series didn't have the scoop?
I've run both, the scoop eliminated rad cleaning and reduced air filter cleaning to a fraction of the old setup.

Don

Basically Pre Bullet Rotor combines didn't have the scoop. Once the bullet rotor was implemented the scoop became standard eqiupment.
 

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As far a production years go, 2006 was the first year to use the scoop plus other changes like the longer body and 9.0L engine.
 

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50 series combines with Tier 1 engines ( xxxxxx – 695500 )

9860STS, or 9880STS built before 2006 ( xxxxxx - 715000 )

9560STS built before 2007 ( xxxxxx - 720000 )

Any straw walker machine


The air scoop was designed only for large frame STS combines with 8.1L Tier 2 engines. The kit was not designed to retro-fit back to machines with Tier 1 engines, earlier 12.5L engines, or the small frame 9560STS because of possible air flow issues associated with those machines' cooling packages. Installing the air scoop on these combines may severely restrict air flow, resulting in engine over heating and a reduction in cooling performance.


Installation the air scoop on those machines is not recommended by Harvester Works. Customers should be strongly discouraged from installing the air scoop on:

50 series combines with Tier 1 engines ( xxxxxx – 695500 )

9860STS, or 9880STS built before 2006 ( xxxxxx - 715000 )

9560STS built before 2007 ( xxxxxx - 720000 )

Any straw walker machine


Parts catalog information is unclear as to which parts to order for Tier 2 combines (695501 - xxxxxx). H216209 is ONLY the air scoop. You must also order AH220663 kit which contains the hardware, miscellaneous parts and H222387 instructions for installing the scoop.

Installation time is six hours.

Air scoops are standard on large frame STS combines MY 2006 ( 715001 - xxxxxx ) and on the 9560STS MY 2007 ( xxxxxx - 720001 )
 

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Yes in a sense but the radiator would still collect the trash.. especially in wheat country the chaff just plugs the radiator tight if the wind is out of the right direction
 
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