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Re: Who markets the CCM-109 Drum Mower?
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I love my CCM-190. I agree with DiyDave on drying, same here. Cut one day, dry next, bale next afternoon in summer. A day or two longer in early spring or late summer. All grass hay. Quality is same as my old haybine, but can cut a field 2.5 times faster even with the narrower cut.
As to buying from HayDr, was simple easy and he shipped it by truck from eastern Ky to So Ill for $250. Brought it right to the farm and offloaded it with my loader. He has negotiated rates with trucking firms.
It is heavy. I have a 65hp JD2550 ag loader tractor with calcium in the tires. Weights 9000 lbs. When the mower is in transport, it can bounce the front end a bit, even with the loader out front. During cutting operations, pulls nice and quite maneuverable. I would not run this mower on anything less than 5000 lbs. I use the cat 2 pins.
This post was edited by Hogleg at 14:24:47 01/20/13 2 times.
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