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Have you gone and verified the measurement thats reading out on the EIN with what a tape measure says? Biggest problem and most occurring problem that happens when you have excessive cobs in the sample is the concave hasn't been leveled properly. I take a tape measure across the whole width of the cylinder to confirm that its level. I take a few cobs from fields Ill be harvesting and measure them out and put my concave accordingly. Ya just want them to roll off the kernals, not smash the cobs into oblivion. Ya will have alot more capacity if your not filling your shoe up with broken cobs.

Here is another thread on the subject. It has a pic of whats coming out of my chopper showing the indentations on the cob.

http://www.thecombineforum.com/forums/9-gleaner/171601-concave-r65.html
 
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