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oliver 129 haybine

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08-26-2012 14:36:40

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am looking at a 129 haybine about 4 hours from home , any one know how much they weigh or how wide they are ? trying to find the best way to get it home if i buy it . some large cities in between so do not think i can tow it with my pick up , maybe sideways on a goose neck ? thanks

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08-27-2012 15:29:57

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 Re: oliver 129 haybine in reply to rightous7, 08-26-2012 14:36:40  
I have a 129 and can measure if you would like.It is wider than a nh 489.U would have to put sideways on trailer and take tounge and pto off.The guards are the same as a gehl as agco wants way too much money for them.

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jordan hackman

08-26-2012 19:04:24

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 Re: oliver 129 haybine in reply to rightous7, 08-26-2012 14:36:40  
i don't know alot about these and have only seen pictures of them but i do know for sure that it has a 9 foot cut so add in the the two or so inches of the right side and the two to four feet on the left side it gets pretty wide. so side ways on a goose neck is your safest and fastest way to move it. as i stated before i don't know much but it should weigh what any other 9ft haybine would weigh or less.

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