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about them. I just ordered a set for the 2388. I am seeing some loose corn in husks on the ground. 8 row header, kile intake, kile rotor flight extensions, gordon bars in front, gordon in back with four straight bars (we don't do alot of corn or high yielding wet corn), gordon airjet chaffer and gordon helical concaves. If you can't tell, I have alot of aftermarket items. At times I wonder if they pay off, but they all seem to make sense and work for me. Tell me about the disruptors. Don Estes is getting back in business. We are corn, beans and wheat. How do they work for you. Corn is 140-190 (good for us) and less than 17%. Thanks.
Disruptor website: http://www.cmweldinginc.com/Home/tabid/717/Default.aspx
 

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Re: Disruptors/Aftermarket for seperator area. Tel

They work good for us. We were having the same problem with kernals in the husk in wet corn a few years ago and got a set. Made a huge differance. We also have the spiked rub bars at the back and there is only about a quarter of an inch clearance between the two. I hate putting the keystock grates in now though as they fit so tight and now have the clamp for the disrupter hanging out the bottom.
 

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Re: Disruptors/Aftermarket for seperator area. Tel

I thought you would want more clearance towards rear of grates to increase the amount of grain coming out the back of the rotor area didn't deere make their cage spiraled to have more clearance in the back?? I know gleaner guys who mill their bars at the end of rotor to give more room. I just don't get having virtually no clearance tween the grates and bars. How does it work??? ever plug it bad??
 

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Re: Disruptors/Aftermarket for seperator area. Tel

Unless you're getting a lot of rotor rumble you could try changing your vanes over the rear grates to the slow position.
 

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Re: Disruptors/Aftermarket for seperator area. Tel

We put a set in our 1440 and they worked great! We only have soybeans and were going to no till. We did not have a chopper and did not need one after the Disrupter kit installed. When we traded for our 2166 we could not find any place to purchase them but, if we could have found some we would have installed them.
 

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Re: Disruptors/Aftermarket for seperator area. Tel

so deeres cage spirals over the top of the rotor where case's vanes are???
 

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Re: Disruptors/Aftermarket for seperator area. Tel

I already have a chopper. I don't want to purchase them for a chopper but for grain loss in corn beans and wheat. Does it work?
 

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Re: Disruptors/Aftermarket for seperator area. Tel

Operaider i think he is refering to the oval shape that provides "pull and release" action, the top of the cage provides more clearance then the grate area.
 

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Re: Disruptors/Aftermarket for seperator area. Tel

Seedcleaner, They will shread up shucks to stop walking corn out the back in the shucks, you can also do away with the straight separator bars on the back of the rotor & put spikes in their place.

How do you like the Kile rotor flights etc. ?
 

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Re: Disruptors/Aftermarket for seperator area. Tel

Kile intake and kile rotor flights are dandy. I had a little bit of an issue bolting the kile rotor flighting on. After talking to Ron Kile a bit, he changed the design slightly for easier installation. I just welded all four on like his older design was which is just fine. It simply brings that flighting back up too new specs, but most don't ever pay attention to it. Mine was worn down maybe almost an inch. Very smooth running.
 
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