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Canvas Feederhouse Deflector
We spotted this new feederhouse deflector at the recent National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Kentucky. It simply consists of a piece of heavy canvas stretched between the front of the combine cab down to the back of the header. It covers the top of the feederhouse at a steep enough slant so debris slides off the canvas back into the header. It also keeps rain off the top of the feederhouse, preventing a buildup of mushy wet material and preventing rust. It also prevents debris buildup around hydraulic cylinders and various sensors located in and around the feederhouse assembly.
  It ties in place under the front edge of the cab and two large magnets hold it to the back of combine head. Can be quickly detached to remove header or to clean cab windows.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, W.A. Johnson, 2340 Ampere Drive • Louisville, Ky. 40299 (ph 502 266-7177 or 800 523-3979; www.wajohnson.com).

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