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Replacement Cone for IH Rotaries
If you own a Case-IH rotary combine, you'll be interested in the new longer-wearing replacement "forcing cone" from Strandlund Welding and Machine, of Homestead, Mont.
"We use 7 ga. metal (3/16 in. thick), compared to 12 ga. metal (only 1/8 in. thick) used by the factory," explains Harlow Strandlund, owner. "What's more, we hard surface the inside wearing area, using special Stoody welding wire laid down in a criss-cross pattern.
"We sell our replacement cone for about the same price as IH dealers get for theirs, which is right at $900 to $1,000. The key difference is that ours will wear two to three times longer."
One size fits 1460 and 1660 models; a larger size fits 1480 and 1680 models.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Strandlund Welding, Rt. 2, Box 17, Home-stead, Mont. 59242 (ph 406 963-2574).


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1991 - Volume #15, Issue #2