Country Flame Auger Demonstration: Part 3 The next product line that we’ll take a
look at is the Country Flame Little Rascal. That’s got a drop tube style auger. And
most of the auger flighting is exposed on the inside of the hopper so it’s very easy
to go in and take out any debris that might be caught into the auger. But if there’s
an instance where you have to take this auger system apart, there’s actually two ways
to do it. The hardest way is to go ahead, and there’s four bolts, two on each side
that you would take off with a small ratchet wrench and the whole auger motor slips off.
An easy way to do it and the way that we recommend it, is there’s a bolt on each side of the
auger system. And what you’ll do is you’ll simply loosen those two bolts, take them off
and now the whole entire auger system, including the auger flighting will come out. So it’s
very easy to clean, very easy to take and get rid of any nicks or scratches that are
in there. And then you’re able to put everything back together again and just simply put the
bracket back on and you’re back in business again.
The last auger system that we’ll take a look at is the auger system that fits on the
Crossfire and the Harvester Country Flame product line. And here again, it’s a drop
tube system and it has the same mounting mechanism that you’ve seen on the Little Rascal. And
so there’s two ways to take the auger motor off should you need to take it out to clear
out the auger system and possibly hone it out. Again, you can take it off by loosening
these screws that are located on the back here. And once these screws are loosened
– once these screws are loosened, you’re able to pivot the auger, line it up with the screws and able to take the auger
system right off. An alternative to this again, would be to take out the screws that are located
one on each side, and pull the entire mechanism out, leaving it together, and then put the
whole system back in once you’ve accomplished that.