Bandaid fix fits as well.Sounds like a Mickey Mouse fix.
I wouldn’t call the impeller change little, it’s major actually.Sounds like lots of other little stuff is being changed as well, including the impeller.
Correct, the 32 never covered by 4D slots are permanently covered.So the fix is to install these covers over the grates not covered by 4d rotor flaps and leave them in there all the time. Don you have had similar covers installed on your 780 and the 8800 machine now, how much capacity will be lost in conditions where rotor covers are not really needed, such as peas or barley?
How long does it take to install these permanent covers into the rotor grates? Looks like a big job and would assume you put them in once and leave them in.
Yes, it is and it does.So the centre of the shaker pan looks somewhat over loaded as well... if im not mistaken, the rotor pan doesnt drop onto the other pan. If thats correct then the centre overloaded shoe isnt completely the result of the 4d rotors.
Ok. It always looked to me the rotor pan ended before the other but i see on the videos it shows material cascading onto the grain pan then hitting the jet stream.Yes, it is and it does.
The pan under the rotors does overlap the front grain pan a bit,
Likely more like 2 to 3% at a lower throughput and higher losses. An absolutely pathetic machine to operate when you know how it should be.Ok. It always looked to me the rotor pan ended before the other but i see on the videos it shows material cascading onto the grain pan then hitting the jet stream.
What was the dockage without the slots covered?
It’s a band-aid solution but a better band-aid solution than I expected.
Turning to the right while looking to the left. I guess.Texting and driving again Don.........