if you want to make a header fit these Claas combines it's not hard and you really don't need an adaptor... i've put a MF 1859 flex on my 106... JD headers might fit more easily, but they both require a little work (new brackets and header/reel drive). If you can d=find an older MF header, they had a self contained hdraulkic system for the reel... that what i used on mine. The other thing that need done is to slow the wobble box drive down about 25%...
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