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2007 9860, rice, chopper in high, with hyd tailboard, 635 flex in soybeans.

In soybeans, With the tailboard running at a speed to spread up to the last cut row on the left, I still fall 4-5' short on the right.

The little angle vanes behind the discharge beater are cocked a fair amount, guessing 20deg. Should I add more vanes or turn them more? This is 38" rows, tall stalks, plenty residue.
 

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Turn the right in more... i had to drill a new hole because the original wouldn't let me move over far enough... ill take measurements today and post them up for you to try. we have almost the perfect spread but its been 3 seasons adjusting, modifying and making deflector fins.
 
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