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    Super Member Tx Jim's Avatar
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    Default Re: Horse Power required

    Quote Originally Posted by Verticaltrx View Post
    Deere used them on all the previous mo-cos and still uses them on the square balers.
    JD still incorporates the Equal-angle hitch on other new drawn pto driven equipment such as Mo-Co's. JD stopped using E-A hitch on rd balers and went with the the heavy & expensive CV joint drive line.

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    Default Re: Horse Power required

    Hi Guys,
    What do you mean by using the term "moco"? Not familiar with the term.
    Thanks,
    Craig

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    Quote Originally Posted by nckennedy View Post
    Hi Guys,
    What do you mean by using the term "moco"? Not familiar with the term.
    Thanks,
    Craig
    Mower conditioner

    Dave

    Dave

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    Default Re: Horse Power required

    Ok, got it.'
    thanks Dave
    Craig

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    Default Re: Horse Power required

    "Haybine" is actually a registered trademark name for New Holland only. Athough many people will call any brand of sickle cutter with a crimper a haybine, it is not technically correct but is understood nonetheless . All other brands of these that are not New Holland should be called mower conditioners or moco's for short.

    Just like many people call any brand of copy machine a "Xerox" machine instead of a photo copier - or any brand of locking pliers "Vise-grips". Really the trademark names sometimes get commonized due to either being the original inventer or simply becoming the most populous in the market.

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    Default Re: Horse Power required

    Good clarificaiton.
    Thanks
    Craig

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    Default Re: Horse Power required

    Just as Haybine is a registered trademark name of NH,Mower-conditioner(Mo-Co) is a registered trademark name of JD

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