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Hay mowers

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SVcummins

03-10-2018 19:36:28




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Hopefully with the recent snow I will get a chance to use these things on some hay this year . the sickle mower is ready to go the swather needs a couple bearings and a shaft




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Traditional Farmer

03-11-2018 18:20:01




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 Re: Hay mowers in reply to SVcummins, 03-10-2018 19:36:28  
Guess my two New Holland 456 sickle bar mowers should be about ready to go except for a good greasing and a new sickle assembly in each one.Always start the year with a new sickle in
each one.Put a better set of tires on the back up NH 256 rake the other day from a friend he replaced the ones on the front of his small 4WD tractor and gave me the half worn out ones still real good for a rake.

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SVcummins

03-11-2018 18:29:03




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 Re: Hay mowers in reply to Traditional Farmer, 03-11-2018 18:20:01  
My rake has the original type rake traction tires on it and they really do a good job



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old

03-11-2018 13:07:09




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 Re: Hay mowers in reply to SVcummins, 03-10-2018 19:36:28  
I always keep my sickle bar mower ready but then again I built a tractor just for cutting hay. Built my BA because I had the sickle bar mower for a Farmall A but the A I have was in pieces when I got it so took 2 Bs and the A and build my BA. I did have a NH460 mowco but it sort of self destructed 2 years ago when the tension cable broke and I have no idea how to fix that. IH hay rake was parked still working so should be good to go and the same with all 3 balers

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SVcummins

03-11-2018 14:03:59




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 Re: Hay mowers in reply to old, 03-11-2018 13:07:09  
My baler and rake both need a bunch of work before they'll go



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old

03-11-2018 14:16:25




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 Re: Hay mowers in reply to SVcummins, 03-11-2018 14:03:59  
On my IH rake I should pull off the one side drive hub and see if I can use parts of an older IH rake I have and replace to drive dogs. Currently the way it is set up it only gets power from one wheel which as always worked but I know it would probably be better if both worked



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SVcummins

03-11-2018 14:33:26




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 Re: Hay mowers in reply to old, 03-11-2018 14:16:25  
I've ran things like that before as long as it's working . I try to fix things like that while snow is still on the ground . its hard to want to fix things right when there hay to be put up and your wanting to go



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old

03-11-2018 15:52:55




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 Re: Hay mowers in reply to SVcummins, 03-11-2018 14:33:26  
I hate working on stuff when it is cold since most I cannot get into the shop. I do the work on them in April and early May and bale in late May or early June. I pretty much have a back up for every thing just in case I need it. 1 NH271 square baler and 2 NH850 round balers



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SVcummins

03-11-2018 20:20:16




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 Re: Hay mowers in reply to old, 03-11-2018 15:52:55  
We usually start first crop around July first dry land sometimes there is no crop . irrigated usually brings 3 crops we always just put 2 big crops up for the beef cows and let them eat what comes after that. I feel your pain about Working in the cold as I don't have a shop either



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old

03-12-2018 09:12:45




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 Re: Hay mowers in reply to SVcummins, 03-11-2018 20:20:16  
I have a shop but it isn't big enough to work on things like sickle bar mower because you cannot lay the bar down and be in the shop. It is a one bay sort of shop any more. It was a 2 bay but over the years the tool I have picked up over the years has fill one bay. The open bay is big enough to work on most any tractor or car or truck. I have an I-beam in the over head that runs about 17 foot and it has 4 chain hoists hanging on it 3 on trolleys

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SVcummins

03-12-2018 19:57:13




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 Re: Hay mowers in reply to old, 03-12-2018 09:12:45  
Thatís a lot better than what I have . I have a garage but itís to short to get a tractor in without taking the stacks off and itís narrow for most implements so I do most everything outside



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old

03-13-2018 10:17:19




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 Re: Hay mowers in reply to SVcummins, 03-12-2018 19:57:13  
When I built this shop I built it so I could get my 1963 Diamond-T road tractor into it so I could convert it to a dump truck and it was tight to have it in there



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carvel minne farmer

03-11-2018 12:07:01




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 Re: Hay mowers in reply to SVcummins, 03-10-2018 19:36:28  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see looking good sv. your way ahead of me! got a pile to do on the m5 then the ih-100 sickle mower, then the new Holland 56 rake. the good news is the jd. 336 baler is all ready to go :lol:



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SVcummins

03-11-2018 14:06:52




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 Re: Hay mowers in reply to carvel minne farmer, 03-11-2018 12:07:01  
My baler needs work and my new Holland 56 needs a new star wheel before it will go again broke it last summer turning 36 feet double windrows



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ArleninOr

03-11-2018 15:12:06




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 Re: Hay mowers in reply to SVcummins, 03-11-2018 14:06:52  
Which star wheel? I still have parts from 1 I parted out.



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SVcummins

03-11-2018 18:26:44




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 Re: Hay mowers in reply to ArleninOr, 03-11-2018 15:12:06  

Number 12 on the diagram 159$ new



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SVcummins

03-11-2018 18:19:02




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 Re: Hay mowers in reply to ArleninOr, 03-11-2018 15:12:06  
I will have to look I think they are the same part number



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ArleninOr

03-11-2018 21:15:18




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 Re: Hay mowers in reply to SVcummins, 03-11-2018 18:19:02  
Both the same. I will look and e-mail you.



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SVcummins

03-12-2018 14:09:19




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 Re: Hay mowers in reply to ArleninOr, 03-11-2018 21:15:18  
Let me know if you email . for some reason emails are not coming from you or cm. I don't know why



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