Posted by Don-Wi on November 10, 2012 at 19:40:24 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: NH 782 harvester posted by JayinNY on November 10, 2012 at 19:29:53:
I think it depends on how big the windrow is. We've got it's big brother the 892, and this was our first season with it. We only have a 100 HP tractor on the front which is much smaller than it can handle, so it's a matter of ground speed to work the tractor. Is it 540 or 1000? I would think that if the knives are set up properly you should have no problems with even 80 on the front, or less with a smaller windrow. From what I have experienced so far with our 892, they're pretty easy running machines.
The benefit of a smaller than capacity tractor, is it's very hard to plug it up. The tractor bogs down long before you get close to plugging.
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