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Any experts on here on the model 82 Ih? I do not get to run this enough to be an expert. It is throwing beans out at the front over the front of the shoe pan I believe so they are just coming out under the throat. Also getting beans in the fan. I had beans coming out under there before and the pan was totally caked full of nasty old bean dust so I cleaned all that out and seemed to work fine. I’m hoping to run it towmorow, not my beans just playing but can’t waste beans, they aren’t mine. I have not crawled up inside yet.

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Adam

       The first thing that I would do is to stop the combine in the field,  in the cut,  and then crawl under it and look where the beans are located on the ground.   This will tell you where they are coming out.   There may be a  " shoe " on the rear of the grain head that slides on entrance to the cylinder as the header is raised and lowered.   This "shoe"  should be spring loaded to seal the opening to the cylinder.   If the hinge is rusted and does not move,  then when the header is down,  there may be an opening for the beans to come out.   You would want to check this with the header down, because it may not be visible when the header is up.

       Hope this helps.

GT&T

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like above 
trying to remember ,open up field , stop in good spot and stake out Behind machine swath area and count bean loss in that area and location of loss On sheet of paper .Oh make sure your stopping in a spot where your filling grain bin that way you got elevator and gleaner losses. Look at scattered graph locations on paper and look for loss location on machine .
Slow reel down and raise it just enough to pitch in auger . Should be able to see reel loss . All I know check for holes as above .
adjust the cylinder speed and height from trashing bar for beans from manual . Good luck 
 

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Crawl inside.  if its anything like my 303, there were steel fingers off the back of the  g rain pan that extend over the sieves. Wet stalks, cobs tend to plug up here and force grain into the fan. Will usually come out using a lawn rake. Check grain pan for leaks.  Easy way after dark, put light inside combine, look for light coming out the bottom.  At the feeder house, on some of my combines, a strip of belting flexed to seal the bottom.  good luck cab

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It ended up being a bad rubber flap on the front of the shaker pan,  ran about 4 acres last night! Finished with the lights on!  Won’t let me post the videos

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7 hours ago, Farmall Doctor said:

Nice pictures. I like my #80 combine.  ...and I LOVE that 404 you have there!

Thanks! We got that a year ago, my grandpa bought it new and when he traded it off a neighbor bought it so it has never left our block and dad was finally able to get it back!  It always had a loader on, we didn’t need it so took it off and put it in the corner of the barn and found the right set of frame weights for it. The picture of 4 people is my grandpa(that bought it new) my dad, me and my son. Makes a nice tractor, it has power steering and the hi-low tranny.  The old heat houser was junk but we were able to frame each side that had Ih and hang them in the house

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1 hour ago, Farmall Doctor said:

Absolutely fantastic!! In 2004 I bought back the 706 Diesel that my Grandfather bought new in '63. It never left the county, but had 3 owners between. 

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Awesome!  So cool to get them back!

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