CHAIN FEEDER HOUSE (PART #AH123452)

$1,037.74

CHAIN FEEDER HOUSE

278 in stock

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Description

The JOHN DEERE AH123452 is a spare part that is used as a chain feeder house in John Deere combines. It is a crucial component in the overall operation of the combine harvester and is responsible for conveying crop materials such as straw and grain from the header into the threshing unit for separation and processing.

The chain feeder house is an integral part of the header and is composed of numerous components, including the feeder chain itself, drive sprockets, and numerous other small parts that provide support and stability. The AH123452 is essentially the replacement chain feeder house for those that are damaged or broken, and it is designed to be compatible with a range of John Deere combine models.

With a focus on durability and reliability, the John Deere AH123452 is made from high-quality materials to ensure that it can withstand the rigors of agricultural work environments. In particular, it features a sturdy construction that can withstand the stresses and impacts that are common in the field, such as shocks, vibrations, and temperature changes.

Despite its rugged construction, the AH123452 is also designed with precision in mind, ensuring that it delivers a smooth and consistent feed of crop materials. This is critical to the overall efficiency of the combine harvester, as it enables operators to maximize throughput and minimize crop material waste, ultimately leading to higher yields and increased profitability.

In summary, the JOHN DEERE AH123452 is an essential component of the chain feeder house system in John Deere combines. It ensures that crop materials are conveyed smoothly and efficiently, and its durability and precision ensure that it can withstand the harsh conditions of agricultural work environments. As such, it is a critical spare part for any operator of a John Deere combine.

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