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Re: Building the hay rake that Harry didn't

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Tony in Mass.

04-07-2013 18:30:18

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Hum. Since the speed of the rake goes by ...rotation of the tires...right? You got super tall tires on the 175? And low profiles on the 20? I always thought they would be the cat's pajamas... but maybe that's why they dropped the line?

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Jason S.

04-07-2013 18:44:01

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 Re: Building the hay rake that Harry didn't in reply to Tony in Mass., 04-07-2013 18:30:18  
16.9x28 on the 175,11.2x28 on the TO20. I know there would be some difference but we are talking extreme differences between the two in ground speed. I used to think that there was a difference in the ground speed between a TO20 and TO30 because both rakes I have now turn faster than the D-EO-20 that I grew up with. That one was a later model that didn't have the idler on the belt, but I found out that there were a couple of pulley sizes used on those rakes. One of the pulleys was for use behind a 9N or 2N so I imagine since the rake would be used in 2nd gear most of the time on those 3 speeds that the pulley was made to slow the rake down. I figure that's what we had because it did turn slower than the ones I have now behind a a TO30.

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