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Where are you? If in the pnw, the weather usually is fine for the standard rotor and I understand it is the better choice for the peas. ? So with the 1600 cage, you'll do great with the standard rotor and in the grass. Get ya a set of maize bars for the seperator if you dont allready have'm, and at least enough cover plates for the front concave. The Kile front is a super tool. For the grass, get the sharpened wear blades and make sure you have a good square kidney edge to set them against and you'll be set.
 

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Case IH. You might find them at Abilene Machine or any other A&I source. They are the "toothed" version, and are not reversable. Your machine should eat grass like crazy. Make sure you have the air blocked off at the rear of the seives so the air is forced up through them.
 
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