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Case Nutty 1660

09-09-2011 14:01:56




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had a friend call and what some 2nd cutting alpha put up really nice hay and is real pretty up at his place,, blew a once repaired pitman arm ( not by me) not repairable so I ordered a new one 247.00 from Hesston should be here tuesday or so thats farming LOL cnt

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Spotted Horse

09-11-2011 18:40:46




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 Re: some last minite haying in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 09-09-2011 14:01:56  
Thanks for the info.

A lot of my hay ground is hills, so I need something that will work good going over terraces and around odd shaped fields.
I was considering a "pull type" V-rake of some sort.

I used a H&S high capacity rake this summer on a couple of cuttings and really like it, but the fella sold it to another neighbor (due to health issues) before I found out it was for sale.

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Spotted Horse

09-11-2011 14:12:35




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 Re: some last minite haying in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 09-09-2011 14:01:56  
Is that a 14' Hesston 1014 you are cutting with?

What model rake is behind your 770?

I bought a 14' Hesston 1014 about 2 weeks ago, and now I'm shopping for a rake to match it.

Any suggestions?



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Case Nutty 1660

09-11-2011 15:12:42




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 Re: some last minite haying in reply to Spotted Horse, 09-11-2011 14:12:35  
yes it is a 1014 plus 2 a double sickle unit, and the rake is a 10 wheel 3pt model, it works fine on large field with gradual turns, if you have sharp twistys I recomend a pull type unit wheel or rollbar type as they will rake around corners well, also if you go with a wheel type I perfer a high-capicity one as they handel large windrows with less bunching cnt



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Eldo case

09-10-2011 21:12:44




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 Re: some last minite haying in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 09-09-2011 14:01:56  
It would be nice to have green grass, not brown and feeding hay. It will be a long time till spring! That is the way it is in south west Missouri. Nice tractors you have.



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NickatKY

09-09-2011 19:18:00




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 Re: some last minite haying in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 09-09-2011 14:01:56  
Casenutty you are living the DREAM!!!!!
Thanks Nick



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blackknight870

09-09-2011 18:47:46




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 Re: some last minite haying in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 09-09-2011 14:01:56  
thats only 2nd crop? were almost done with our 3rd here in wisconsin



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Case Nutty 1660

09-09-2011 19:03:53




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 Re: some last minite haying in reply to blackknight870, 09-09-2011 18:47:46  
we usally don't get a 2nd one but this is sub irragated is why LOL cnt



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Bret4207

09-09-2011 17:01:19




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 Re: some last minite haying in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 09-09-2011 14:01:56  
That's not last minute haying. Last minute haying is when you can't see the windrow because the snow is blinding you!



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700 man

09-09-2011 16:12:23




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 Re: some last minite haying in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 09-09-2011 14:01:56  
My 830 looks just like yours,same cab,same back wheels,I'm really jealous of that 770



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Alan K

09-09-2011 21:03:13




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 Re: some last minite haying in reply to 700 man, 09-09-2011 16:12:23  
I agree on the 770. Dont see too many of them.



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