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1999 - Volume #23, Issue #3, Page #07
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Extension Spout For Combine Unloading Augers

"Our new extension spout for Case-IH combines is designed to bolt on in place of the unloading auger's original rubber boot. It drops grain about 3 ft. beyond the end of the auger, which eliminates the need to drive your tractor and grain cart right up against the combine during harvest," says Larry Hinderks, Webster City, Iowa.
  The poly extension spout is designed to fit 12- or 13-in. dia. unloading augers and uses existing bolt holes on the auger.
  "It really helps in soybeans, especially if you're using a large 30-ft. head and have to drive the tractor and grain cart as close to the combine as you can without damaging the row divider on the header. A lot of row dividers get damaged this way. It's not as necessary in corn because most corn headers are much narrower which means that the augers are plenty long."
   Sells for $149 plus S&H.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Larry Hinderks, 812 South St., Webster City, Iowa 50595 (ph 515 832-4441 or 5018).
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1999 - Volume #23, Issue #3