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Don't know if its the nature of the beast or not, but we've been having some issues, especially in very dry conditions of course.

We tilted the head back and it helped quite a bit, but still have the problem on occasion. We haven't adjusted the auger, its however it came from the factory. I don't remember if its all the way up or all the way down. What would be best?


On our old Deere 1293 we adjusted the auger all the way back so it was as close to the feeder chain as possible. That was more important than height. However, fore-aft isn't adjustable on the Claas head.
 

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Raise the cross auger up as much as possible(untill ears lay under the auger as you pull out on the end) We've had to use a torch to raise the auger on the old 12-30's. Drago has a rubber finger you can bolt on the auger that has had good reports. Good luck! Tiger
 
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