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John Deere 894a hay rake

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10-25-2007 17:58:00

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Does anyone know how wide this rake is from tire to tire? Thanks

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10-26-2007 19:03:25

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 Re: John Deere 894a hay rake in reply to Julia, 10-25-2007 17:58:00  
The 894 is junk. i owned one. tied hay in KNOTS thanks to its extremely perpendicular raking pattern

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10-27-2007 22:45:36

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 Re: John Deere 894a hay rake in reply to RobMD, 10-26-2007 19:03:25  
Although I haven't used mine all that much, I've but never really noticed your concerns. Perhaps I'm not critical enough. However, I do believe that you can adjust the basket angle on my 896A to counter/control any "roping" tendency. I assume this feature is also available on the 894A. Perhaps after baling 10,000 or so more bales, I'll feel differently, but at the current rate that might require a couple of decades.

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10-26-2007 15:28:09

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 Re: John Deere 894a hay rake in reply to Julia, 10-25-2007 17:58:00  
I was looking for the JD model 115 blade parts book and found the 890 side delivery rake operator's manual. I was wrong about them being the same. The tread width of the 894A is 4ft 6 in, the 896A is wider at 6 ft.

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10-26-2007 12:43:30

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 Re: John Deere 894a hay rake in reply to Julia, 10-25-2007 17:58:00  
I have an 896A which should have the same tire width. Will be going to the farm tomorrow and should get a chance to measure.

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