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Large wire concaves, rotor at 700-800, just depends on how it thrashes. concave at 20, sieves close to the same as wheat. That will get you started. If the milo is dry they will really tear it off in an hurry. Bin extensions, I don't know, only ever used the standards.
 

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I agree with the Mauer Tip Top extensions...

I would probably go with 2 Large Wire in Front (or small wire every other wire out), then a round bar in the back to let the milo out of the rotor faster.
 
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