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Hesston 4600 Inline

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07-16-2013 10:04:54

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I have a 4600 Hesston baler it is the first of the inlines. It is set up to have a hydraulic lift cylinder put on the pick up but Hesston doesn't show a cylinder for this. Anyone have experience with this and know what size cylinder I need to look for in overall length and stroke?

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07-17-2013 09:39:20

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 Re: Hesston 4600 Inline in reply to farmallkevin, 07-16-2013 10:04:54  
I can't answer your question, but call "Livingston Machinery Co.", in Chichasha Oklahoma. They are the largest Hesston dealer in the USA. Real fine folks. 1-800-259-5088 I too am interested in your question as I have a 4550 inline baler. One of the finest pieces of equipment I've ever owned.

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07-17-2013 10:10:39

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 Re: Hesston 4600 Inline in reply to randallinMo, 07-17-2013 09:39:20  
Since I was curious about this myself, I called Livingston and asked. This was an "option" on those balers that had to be ordered through their "Wholegoods" sales department. The regular Hesston parts department does NOT show this cylinder, what-so-ever. (I was surprised at this) Their shop foreman told me that you could order this yet from the "wholegoods" department. You would need to ask for the lift cylinder option kit for an 1839 baler now. He "thought" the original cylinder would have been an 8-12" stroke, 2-2 1/2" cylinder with a 1 1/2" rod. You can't just put any cylinder on there as it has to be able to "float" while extended. The whole thing didn't sound to me like it would be worth the expense. As in it sounded expensive.

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