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Old 05-12-2011, 09:31:26 PM
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I just got my IH Model D 10"Burr Mill home. I did some cleaning on it and got it parked in the shed in the PB Blaster stage. The 2 slides to stop the flow of grain are tight. But I noticed that it is missing the support brace on each side that goes from the middle leg to the leg on the outside of the belt pulley. Leaving the drive end leg loose and the bearing slides around on the shaft. Does anyone have one of these mills with the original braces in thier? I would like to know how far apart the holes are on center so I can make a brace for mine. Also on mine on the hopper side of the belt pulley their is a gear on the main shaft. What did that drive? Must have been 2 beaters inside the hopper or something. Thanks for reading
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Old 05-13-2011, 04:53:39 AM
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Hello,
I Restored one of these recently and sold it also. the gear is supposed to run the 2 cutter shafts which seem to be missing on yours here is a video of mine.
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Mike, I restored a 10" this winter and have it running. Are you sure it is a 10"? Your picture indicates the fluted roll assembly is missing which is a part of a 10" mill. If you can post more pictures from all sides would be helpful. Does the burr cover have a number on it (8 or 10)? I'll respond to your request for info this weekend. I can include pictures. Maybe Jeboroni will answer your request for info. He is the expert on Smokestack for grinders and shellers. He was very helpful when I requested info on this forum. We aren't far away.
Jim Walker, New Prague, MN.

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Very nice mill and video.
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Jim yes mine has a number 10 on the burr cover. I wish I could somehow find the missing parts that go in the hopper. Jim when you restored yours did you need to have any parts cast for it? Or were the cast iron parts in good shape? Wydiver that does look like a very nice mill!! What for hp engine are you using to run it? Thanks Mike
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The engine I used to run was a 6hp novo but you had to feed it slow. I think the manual calls for 10 to 12 hp to run at full capacity.
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A picture from inside the hopper would help. I hope my picture attaches for you to view. I have many pictures in my documents to share not sure how to attach in Smokestack. Can anyone help with instructions. I know how to attach in Word or Publisher documents.
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A Type C grinder was for shelled corn and was made in 6 & 8" sizes.
The type B was available in 6, 8,&10" sizes and had a cob breacker in it. It had a flywheel behind the belt pulley, at least on the early models. The type D had a husk cutter/grinder built into it to handle ear corn with the husks on them. This is the spiral rolls/cutters in the hopper.
What do they have plugging the holes where the spiral roll shafts went? Looks somewhat like corks in the picture.
If you work one wide open and keep the hopper full, it takes some HP to run. I used mine to grind feed a number of years back and I ran it with a BN Farmall. I have a sacking elevator for mine but I never used it.
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David are you interested in selling the sacking elevator? I have a Model D, 10" and just recently purchased an 8" B Grinder.
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Thanks guys for the replies!!! Yeah someone turned down some wood or used corks to plug the holes in mine where the husk beater bars go. I know these mills are getting hard to find, but if someone runs across the beater bars I would be interested. Jim are you still gonna measure the distance for the drive end braces for me this weekend? Jim when you reply you gotta scroll down to the bottom and go to the manage attachements button. Click on that and then find your photo and wait for it to upload then it should post when you post the reply. I was hoping to be able to run mine with my LB 3-5. I know I will have to feed it really slow. If that dont work I might belt it up to the Farmall F-14.
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Good morning Mike. Tried to load pictures, no success, frustrating.
The hole on the main frame and bearing frame is 9 inches off the floor. The 3/4 x 1/16 connecting strap is 16 1/2 inches long with holes 15 1/2 inches apart. One picture = ten thousand words. My grinder was stuck however all parts were with the grinder. Had new bushings made for main shaft. I don't think I will paint it as "petina" is very good. I am running it with a 3hp IHC M gas engine this season however I am looking for a 6hp or idealy a 10hp M (if I can find one) for the future. The 3hp is light but will work by feeding very slowly. I have a ton of pictures and a CD that I made from one Jebaroni from New Jersey sent me. I am willing to share an operators manual with any one also. If you wish share a fax number or your e-mail and I'll forward any information you need. Everyone has been helpful to me. Tried loading pictures again why doesn't the paper clip attachment work directly from my file?
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Hi ,I am autotech53, a newbie, I too just picked up a 10 inch mccormick burr mill. I would like to take you up on the offer on the manual and pics. I wiil try to post the pics that I have of mine. thanks dougvolkening@gmail.com
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Default Re: IHC Model D 10" Burr Mill

Do you realize that post is from May 2011 ?
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That's ok as I can respond and help him. I smiled when I seen the request and the difference in dates. Goes to show that help is just around the corner. �� Jim
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I just sent information to autotech53.
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Jebaroni, Jim Walker, and wydiver,

I sent e-mails to the 3 of you please contact me when you can.

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Default Re: IHC Model D 10" Burr Mill

well, I revive a dead horse too I just picked up a 10 D and would like to have a copy of the manual. Looks to be pretty complete, except missing the outer leg at the belt pulley. I still have the bearing though.
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To keep this going in a common thread, anyone know what type of wood was used for the shear pins for the gear on the main shaft?
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Not really sure. In mine, I just used some softwood (poplar?) dowels from Lowe's cut to length. Haven't had any issues with breakage, so those should be fine. I would wonder if something like Oak would be too hard and not break away as intended.
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