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On farm upgrades... few yrs back we had big problems keeping the seives in the header & everything around them breaking, a french fella who own's a 2166 said he has got the dog clutches for the seive drive welded to the housing, instead of relying ont he 4 studs to hold the clutches in place, weld it in solid, touch wood have not had trouble since, a mate of mine with 2388 had only 1200hrs & he got me to weld the clutches to the housings aswell. he had not had sieve problem prior or since. i know of 3 machines with this modification.
we also added the bowtie to the side of the machine a while later, great idea came 10yrs too late
the 2388 had the bowtie fitted the same time the clutches were welded on.
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