Thanks for the pics. I can see that reducing wear in the cone and concave frame. Accually getting it all the way onto those concaves before the threshing starts is a good plan. That is more work than I can get done before harvest is ready this year. I have whined to case reps about this problem before. I do not doubt the wear planned. Maybe trading in combines because of that wear after enough hours doesn't hurt sales? Only benefits? We know that is how they look at it.