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Re: vermeer WR10 rake

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Erik Ks Farmer

07-08-2014 10:50:30

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I had a Wr22 10 wheel for 3 years. It worked fine in light hay behind a 9 foot swather with the a rake wheel removed from each side of the rake to make it an 8 wheel pulling 2 9" windrows together. In heavy hay or 12" windrows from my 12" swather hay caught under the frame and plugged the rake. Also raking width and windrow width are not independently adjustable. As the rake is adjusted wider to rake more hay the width of the windrow exiting the rake is narrowed. And vice versa, if the raking width is narrowed the windrow width exiting the rake is increased. This was a problem for me running a 4" pickup on a round baler.

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Tx Jim

07-08-2014 13:28:09

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 Re: vermeer WR10 rake in reply to Erik Ks Farmer, 07-08-2014 10:50:30  
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Good reasons to get a bi-fold rake. On my H&S the rake wheels are next to unraked hay with frame behind rake wheels. Raking width & windrow width are 2 different adjustments. My H&S Hi-cap will take right with a roll-a-bar rake.

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Erik Ks Farmer

07-09-2014 19:05:31

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 Re: vermeer WR10 rake in reply to Tx Jim, 07-08-2014 13:28:09  
That's what I'm running now, 12 wheel H&S

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