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1680 side view.
Side view of 1680 shows the home built high capacity
tailings elevator.
Re: 1680 side view.
A view of how elevator attaches to feederhouse.
Re: 1680 side view.
The auxilary hydraulic pump. Driven by same shaft that runs
the stock setup. To change speeds, simply change sprocket
size. It is protected by the original slip clutch, and a
bypass valve.
Re: 1680 side view.
Now we can check the contents and the volume of the
tailings while the machine is running. An all plastic soup
ladel is used if needed to scoop a sample. With the cleaning
fan taking the dust out the back, the view of the tailings
in operation is quite clear.
Re: 1680 side view.
The oil tank. It keeps the aux. system completely self
contained and seperate from the hydrostatic system. In
operation on a 90 degree day, the aux. system runs at least
30 degrees cooler than the machine system, and there is no
cooler on the aux system.
Re: 1680 side view.
Finally, now that I have room inside after the stock input
auger is removed, I installed my concave adjuster. This
allows me to level and zero the concaves with ease, and when
using aftermarket or home modified concaves, it gives extra
adjustment flexability.
Once the concaves are set proper, with one screw I can
lower the complete setup about 3" to clear a windrow slug,
and still retain the original settings when raised back up.
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