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10 hp M IHC grinding corn


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Old 10-23-2016, 11:33:44 AM
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Default 10 hp M IHC grinding corn

https://www.youtube.com/embed/Dbk0BwLr66w
Grinding corn with a 10 M at the Paducah, Ky FFA show. Enjoy
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Default Re: 10 hp M IHC grinding corn

Cool set up. Was the hopper on the grinder plugged?

Looks like a 6hp me.
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Default Re: 10 hp M IHC grinding corn

Take a closer look at the base......it is 2 parts. Also, look at the mag and igniter trip setup. That is a 10 HP.

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Default Re: 10 hp M IHC grinding corn

Definitely a 10 but that must be a pretty large mill, makes the engine look smaller I think. Optical illusion I guess.
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Default Re: 10 hp M IHC grinding corn

Looks like a Williams 16 or 20" stone mill
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Default Re: 10 hp M IHC grinding corn

I'm pretty sure it is a 30 inch mill, the hopper was stopped up because we were trying to regrind some corn ground in another mill to run it through the bolter. The other mill did not have a bolter.
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