Posted 9/25/2022 17:34 (#9860755 - in reply to #9857227) Subject: RE: Cobs in Corn sample
wafogg - 9/23/2022 07:10 The combine is an s680. Wide open on chaffer is 32
If the numbers on the S680 correspond to the 9760 STS that I'm running, then you should be able to close the chaffer down to 12-15 and not have corn going out the shoe. If corn is coming out like that then it is probably rotor loss and not associated with the sieves. I found the previous recommendation to match the concave clearance to the diameter of an average cob to be good advice.