Re: Mowing hay
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It does, but you don't make sharp turns with them. Like I said, to each their own. Big guys around here mostly use large sp units, others use a 30 ft. set up with 1 out front and then another to each side on the back. When making a 90 they have to go all the way past, then back up and turn, then go again. Much faster to do a 180 and not have to shift gears.
With our hydra-swing, (and our conventional haybine)I can stay in the speed i'm at or I can up shift the over/under or multi-power. When turning a 90, you have to slow down, unless you're already going slow because of poor gear selection or because of the constant turns. The key with lands is to make them small enough to not be out of the cut for too long. 6 swaths wide works good for me.
Donovan from Wisconsin
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