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Re: Electrall (tractor mounted)

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Bob, There was a 1954 SMTA with a frame mounted Electrall unit displayed with an IH hay baler which had a large GE electric motor of the same period at the Albert Lea 2011 RPRU in Minnesota. I was told it was run a few times during the show although I never saw the combination in action. It is pictured on page 57 of the RPRU show book for 2011. Certainly an interesting display for sure, Hal.

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03-21-2013 20:55:09

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 Re: Electrall (tractor mounted) in reply to farmallhal, 03-21-2013 18:00:30  
The owner of the Albert Lea rig is looking for a trailer combine to convert to electric. He also wants a Fast Hitch Electrall. Not sure but maybe it would take two generators to run a combine.

I've been thinking it would be kewl to run three sickle bar mowers off a SMTA/400/450. Right, left, and forward center. The two extra mowers would run with electricity.

No point in putting up a post without a picture. Below is another shot of my Electrall hidden behind the air compressor and its drive.

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