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Re: Questions

Your first two questions go in a bucket together as does your last two go in a bucket together. Too much concave clearance and too little rotor speed can have same effect---not seperating kernel from chaff. Too little concave clearance and too much rotor speed have same effect---- cracking grain, chewing straw too much and adding extra fines to your reclean. Too much sieve opening and too little fan speed equals dirty grain sample. Too little sieve opening and too much fan speed equals grain out the back. Finding the balance for all adjustments really depend upon YOUR conditions you may be harvesting. No one can set on their lap top and tell you what the settings should be on your combine. Cut a little and adjust and adjust and adjust. You are looking for the same outcome we all have for 50 years-----Clean grain sample, very little loss out rear, fastest ground speed and running rotor and fan as slow as possible for long term wear . It is very simple, the more turns anything makes, the quicker it wears out. Good luck.
 
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