Sounds like a neat idea. Would work like a charm on my farm. One idea is to put an adjustable relief valve somewhere in the pressure line so you can dial it in. Maybe a steel screen in front of the driver in case the reel catches a half buried rock, builds up some pressure and then flings the rock up. I've used a commercial pull behind picker with a hydraulic driven reel and it would do that if it got into a tough rock or if I accidentally got it in the dirt. Let us know how it turns out when you're done. Jim
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