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461 haybine bent cutter bar

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Jgmontgomery

01-07-2021 18:33:50




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This message is a reply to an archived post by bison on June 03, 2011 at 06:23:23.
The original subject was "Re: 461 haybine bent cutter bar".

Anyone have a picture of this tool? Will it work on 489,472,or 478, or any of the other new Holland haybine?




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mikewood869

01-09-2021 07:00:32




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 Re: 461 haybine bent cutter bar in reply to Jgmontgomery, 01-07-2021 18:33:50  
I have one, but the newer guards seem to snap.



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Jgmontgomery

01-08-2021 16:10:09




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 Re: 461 haybine bent cutter bar in reply to Jgmontgomery, 01-07-2021 18:33:50  
Does the end fit on the gaurd is that what I am seeing in the picture? Is there anything on the bottom?



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Determined

01-08-2021 05:56:10




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 Re: 461 haybine bent cutter bar in reply to Jgmontgomery, 01-07-2021 18:33:50  
I have a tool hanging on the wall in the shop that was made specifically for this purpose, can't remember the name of the company off hand.

It is less than 2 feet long so without a decent sized pipe on the end of it I can't see it doing much.

What I use on my haybine is made from a 5 foot long pinch point bar.

Right at the end is a block of steel maybe 1 inch that acts as the fulcrum it also provides the clearance needed when bending a guard upward so you don't squash the guard closed.
About 8 or 10 inches up it has a small u-bolt welded to it that slips over the end of the guard.

Gives you great leverage and makes for quick work when a big rock jumps out in front of you.

It's parked away for the winter at my son's place so I can't get a photo right now.

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Chris in SK

01-08-2021 12:29:38




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 Re: 461 haybine bent cutter bar in reply to Determined, 01-08-2021 05:56:10  
I had a similar tool. It was about a 3ft piece of heavy round bar with a support block welded on the end, and a short piece of thick wall pipe welded on about 5 inches up from the end. You would slip the end of the guard into the pipe piece and bend, but you really needed a cheater pipe on it to get any real force. It was painted blue. I don't know where I got it or where it is now!



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Jgmontgomery

01-08-2021 04:20:03




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 Re: 461 haybine bent cutter bar in reply to Jgmontgomery, 01-07-2021 18:33:50  
Is this the one bison was explaining that he made to straighten with? This looks like it sure would help a lot with bent gaurds.



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svcummins

01-07-2021 21:52:12




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 Re: 461 haybine bent cutter bar in reply to Jgmontgomery, 01-07-2021 18:33:50  



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svcummins

01-08-2021 13:42:30




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 Re: 461 haybine bent cutter bar in reply to svcummins, 01-07-2021 21:52:12  
This one is a Hesston



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