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What is the typical config for concaves in soys? I typically run large wire in the back 2 spots and small wire in the front for small grains and canola. I have been told pull half the wires from the small wire concaves and put them to the back and run the large wire in the front two spots, is this a general concensus?

What about running all 4 as large wire?

Or leave the large wire in the back and just pull the wires in the small wire and leave them in the front?
 

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Large wire in the front threshing, skip wire in the back for separating, or in hard to thresh beans (frosted) small wire in the front right to help with threshing.
 

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I put the "RPR Concaves" in my 9120 with cover plates. They did an excellent job of thrashing the green pods. Sample was so good elevator quit checking my grade sheet before dumping because first load was so much better than other trucks coming in.

We cut the back 2" off each cover plate to let beans out of rotor faster (recommendation from my dealer).
 
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