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Re: twin rake set up for new holland rakes

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onefarmer

04-19-2013 17:30:08
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Here is one like what I have. The front caster wheel will unbolt and install upside down, for flipping it over. This way you can make one double windrow or two singles. Rear wheel can be angled for a wider or narrower swath. Been using mine for years.




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M Nut

04-20-2013 05:38:35
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 Re: twin rake set up for new holland rakes in reply to onefarmer, 04-19-2013 17:30:08  
Yep, that is exactly like the one I had. Simple, but worked good. I bought mine from a dealer with New Holland decals, so I assume it was badged as a New Holland implement.



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DeltaRed

04-19-2013 19:30:48
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 Re: twin rake set up for new holland rakes in reply to onefarmer, 04-19-2013 17:30:08  
Yep,that's pretty simple...But how do you get down the road or through a narrow gate? Unhook everything? With mine and the other "arches",all you need to do is 'hit' a hydralic lever and swing it.Plus,I can go from rakeing doubles to raking 2 singles to road by simply pushing a lever...



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04-19-2013 21:44:54
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 Re: twin rake set up for new holland rakes in reply to DeltaRed, 04-19-2013 19:30:48  
The rear wheel is mounted with two bolts. The one closest to the frame in the end of the axle is the pivot and the other, up the axle 3-4 inches is in a slotted hole on the mount and allows for adjustment. I leave the bolts tight enough not to slip but tight enough to kick the tire and move the angle of it. Shove the angle of the rear wheel in all the way so the front of the tire is almost touching the pipe. The rear rake will follow slightly off center of the front rake. I move three miles between farms and never unhitch.
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