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Massey Ferguson 925 Haybine

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Michael Soldan

06-08-2003 16:11:09

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Well, I am a Farmall guy but I have had 5 Massey Ski-Whiz snowmobiles for a number of years and last year I bought a 1970 Massey 10 horse garden tractor and now I have bought a 925 Massey haybine...go figure... I will soon have more Massey Ferguson units than Farmall then I won't be a Farmall guy anymore..whoa ..anyway the haybine is home and I hooked up today and ran appears to be as described good working condition. I ran it along the lane to the back of the farm and because it is uneven I didn't really put it to the test. My question is what is the ideal ground speed/PTO speed for cutting or does it vary depending on the crop density? There will no doubt be a period of experimentation with it until I find the groove.The machine came with an extra knife and two packages of sections in the tool box. The only thing I had to change was the hydraulic end on one line to make it fit the I-H 584. I always get mixed up on these fittings will fit an I-H but not vice versa?? anyway I bought a box full of ends at an auction sale and I had an end that would fit, so I'm ready for the weather to cooperate. ..ready to make hay ...Mike in Exeter Ontario

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Jason B.

06-10-2003 18:53:26

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 Re: Massey Ferguson 925 Haybine in reply to Michael Soldan, 06-08-2003 16:11:09  
We have a 725 haybine and it works really nice but just be sure evrey thing is greased and the belt tension is right. Weve cut thousands of acres and it still works great. good luck with it.

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06-09-2003 18:19:06

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 Re: Massey Ferguson 925 Haybine in reply to Michael Soldan, 06-08-2003 16:11:09  
Based on what I have read over on Implement Alley of this web site, the 925 and 725 Massey haybines are not to bad. You might do a search over there for a bit more info.


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