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I am getting a lot of broken cob in my samples. Corn is averaging moisture's of 21-25% and yields are running 190-240. I have a 12 row head, ground speeds are 2-2.5 mph. I was told by the dealer on the R76 to run the rotor around 450 and to tighten down the concave to keep the material moving through the machine (as I had problems with slugging and breaking a rotor belt earlier this season.) I would like to hear what others with a similar machine are running their R76's on in similar conditions.

The dealer said that the old settings that people were used to on the R72s are different than the 76's and he also said the new S series settings are different because of size changes in the rotor. Thanks in adavance
 
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