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Re: My WD with the new New Holland 268 Hayliner

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Nice pics thanks for sharing.

I have refurb'd 2 of those JD 594 rakes and use them on my hobby operation. The price you gave is about what I paid for one of them and a bit less for the other. They do a great job of raking.

What do you cut with?

FWIW: I went and looked at what was advertised as a WD45 about a 1.5 years ago. Actually it was a very late WD had the improved WD45 style rearend but was still the WD motor and was original. The price was right but I did not like the ergonomics at all so I passed. I sometimes have to rely on the wife to do some of the haying when I get overly busy at real job and she did not like it all. Bet that hand clutch (pseudo live PTO) is nice for baling. I do like those Allis motors....

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06-24-2013 12:18:29

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 Re: My WD with the new New Holland 268 Hayliner in reply to rankrank1, 06-20-2013 19:05:30  
I cut with a Case #10 trailer mower. I have two, one for parts, and one that cuts when I'm not working on it. Its got a lot of clatter, and its very loose in the knife to pitman connection. I need a way to tighten that up. I may try heating and pounding it closer together, but I don't want to fatigue the metal.

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