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We are going to start cutting soybeans tomorrow with our claas 750 tt ' s. We are coming from John deere s680s and have been with deere for over 20 years. Just wondered if anyone had any help tips or suggestions for us beings these things are a whole new animal. Thanks for the help and hope everyone has a good and safe harvest.
 

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The standard settings in CEBIS will a good place to start.

Do you have soybean APS grates for it? If not I would recommend getting them as they are easy to change and make a big difference in performance.

If you will be using the standard smooth grates I would start out with the disawining plates closed or you will get to many untreated pods in your sample.

I would give your dealer a heads a up that you are starting as well. Ours always wants to know so they can have a product specialist on site to help get started.

Your old rotor speeds will be similar to what you will run in the Lexion... Tip speed is tip speed. But don't be afraid to play with settings. There are tons of ways to set a Lexion... Wave goodbye your days of compromising since you can now adjust threshing and separating independently!
 

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Hey guys we just finished up first field of beans. They were running 14% moisture. We have the 19mm slotted grates upfront for soybean. Started the field with factory suggested settings and was not impressed at all. Tuned things up a little bit and started getting a very good sample. Seems to me we are running way more through the return than we should be. I know we could set them differently with the sieves to reduce the returns but we were getting a great sample. Running top sieve at 13. Bottom at 7. Concave at 10. Fan 1300. Rotor 750. Cylinder 700 and rotor cover at first section closed. These machines roaded very nicely. Thanks guys for the help.
 
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