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    Re: Hydraulic cylinders 101

    Thanks for the help.
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    Hydraulic cylinders 101

    I am trying to choose the correct cylinder for my sickle mower lift conversion. From another post I know the dimension and brand previously used and I confirmed the movement and fit on my mower today...
  3. Re: Another adding hydraulic lift to sickle mower.

    Thanks - appreciate the thoughts
  4. Re: Another adding hydraulic lift to sickle mower.

    Interesting solution. In another Mattv1 took another approach. I would like your opinion on his solution....
  5. Re: CK 35 HST - 2nd rear remote with Float feature

    I like what you did. I posted another option in your thread. Perhaps you could offer your opinion. I want to do mine correct the first time.
  6. Re: CK 35 HST - 2nd rear remote with Float feature

    Here is where I am at. I have emailed Daedong support to check on the valve interchangeability as they built the Bobcat Tractor back then. I also emailed Doosong the parent company of Bobcat to see...
  7. Re: CK 35 HST - 2nd rear remote with Float feature

    Great Information. Now to find out if the KQI 322027 will fit my Bobcat block.

    Thanks for the help.
  8. Re: CK 35 HST - 2nd rear remote with Float feature

    Do you have any pictures of your conversion and especially how you fabricated the float linkage?
    Thanks
  9. Re: CK 35 HST - 2nd rear remote with Float feature

    I Google it and talked with Michigan Iron - That number is for the complete unit with both remotes. They said that the second remote kit part number is 322027 for the CK 35 HST and has the float...
  10. Re: CK 35 HST - 2nd rear remote with Float feature

    Thanks - I assume this is a Kioti number.

    Everyone has been great, so I will get back with the information I get. Several great folks are checking into this.
  11. Re: CK 35 HST - 2nd rear remote with Float feature

    While I can get into the online Bobcat Parts book, Kioti does not have this on their web site. I called several Kioti dealers in states near me, and none seem to be able to help...indicating it does...
  12. Re: CK 35 HST - 2nd rear remote with Float feature

    Davrow had one put on his CK 27.

    Photos can be seen here post # 14 http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/bobcat-tractors/327499-float-action-rear-remotes-2.html

    I was hoping to find one that fit...
  13. CK 35 HST - 2nd rear remote with Float feature

    Folks - looking for some help. Does anyone have the part number for the second rear remote kit that has the float option for the CK 35 HST. I believe Kioti offered this in the past, while Bobcat did...
  14. Tiller Re: Rotary Tillers - Sicma Phoenix vs Ansung Terra Force

    That will be one sweet set up. Once you get going you will learn where to set your top link to get the proper tilling angle - there is a trick to it not explained in the manual. For me it is a slight...
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    Re: Starting to look at hay tools

    I am running a small one (Hesston 4550) with 26.5 PTO HP, but my tractor is heavy and I keep the windrows manageable and go slow. I am also running at 6500' elevation. I would recommend 35HP for...
  16. Re: Recommendations on inline baler and accumulator

    hotchkiss - look up my posts on this topic. For years I had my small acreage baled by custom balers using the typical side delivery ones. I remember they had numerous problems getting things adjusted...
  17. Tiller Re: Rotary Tillers - Sicma Phoenix vs Ansung Terra Force

    I also have the YJR 74 and love it. Weight is you friend on these units and the Ansung is built like a Tank. I rented several brands that were lighter and the bounced all over the place, the Ansung...
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    Re: Starting to look at hay tools

    First take a look at posts in the hay forum. I use a IH 1300 sickle mower with good results and a older Ford 503 side delivery rake. My baler is an in-line Hesston 4550. I highly recommend an inline...
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    Re: Implement Recommedations

    I was in your shoes, except looking for hay equipment. Best advice is talk with your neighbors and see what they are using. Second when you look around at the dealers, skip the sales folks and talk...
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    Re: Float action on rear remotes

    Yes Part numbers would greatly help us.
  21. Re: Hydraulic cylinder replacement for Gage Rod on IH 1300 sickle mower.

    mattv1

    Question - when you go to lift the bar, do you need to lift the unit up by the 3pt a bit, to allow the inner shoe to rotate freely? Just wondering as with the Rowes set up. it lifts the...
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    Re: Float action on rear remotes

    Ill check it out. For some reason I remember reading somewhere this was true - I think it was in the parts book for Bobcat. I vaguely remember when working on the correct part number for the first...
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    Re: Hydraulic fittings for a DUMMY

    Ken - I just discovered this PDF on your web site. It is really helpful for folks like me.

    http://www.discounthydraulichose.com/v/vspfiles/downloadables/thread_guide.pdf

    I might just figure...
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    Re: Float action on rear remotes

    So with the typical remotes on my tractor, how is this accomplished? And excuse me for being a dummy, what is meant by the spool, is it the valve and neutral is in the center position?

    Thanks
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    Float action on rear remotes

    Looking at several pieces of equipment that have hydraulic cylinders plumbed as single action. If I understand my rear remotes correctly, by using only one port, pushing the lever one way forces the...
  26. Thread: ROPS

    by powerscol
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    Re: ROPS

    I can move mine to the vertical positing in a matter of minutes, Take a moment and be safe. When done, just lower to fit in the garage. Sometimes we all just get in a hurry, but take a moment and...
  27. Re: pulling gooseneck equipment trailer with tool boxes on bed.

    PJ trailers offer this, as well as a full width tool box on the GN trailer.
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    Re: I need help deciding on new trailer

    I had it built that way. I did get drawings on the different angle configurations from PJ and others to make the call. What helps is the extra length on the fold up ramps. I wanted to stay short, and...
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    Re: Why the price jump?

    It may be the steel used. Think about the stress on the flutes, going from 12 to 16 inches. The leverage is 2x the 12 if I figured correctly, so they must use a better grade and heavier steel. Steel...
  30. Front-End Loader Re: Confused: I'm considering quick change on Kubota Loader BF400G

    Have you talked with you Kubota dealer lately. They should now carry a universal light weight quick attach assembly for your tractor (pin on). It used to be that their QA only fit Kobata QA...
  31. Re: Hydraulic cylinder replacement for Gage Rod on IH 1300 sickle mower.

    Sweet - Thank you so much - Keith
    Merry Christmas
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    Hydraulic fittings for a DUMMY

    I tried searching this, but did not find what I am really looking for.

    Question - is there a better material to choose for hydraulic fittings, and are there brands to stay away from.

    I have...
  33. Re: Hydraulic cylinder replacement for Gage Rod on IH 1300 sickle mower.

    Thanks - could you please look up the part number on the cylinder for me - Thanks
    Merry Christmas
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    Re: I need help deciding on new trailer

    tman1020 - I hate to say this, but as others posted you had you tractor loaded incorrectly. You need to move it back over the trailer axles. However the big issue is you have overloaded you truck...
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    Re: Where Are The Best Prices On New Trailers?

    Check out PJ trailers About Us - PJ Trailers - depending on how you go you could drive right by the plants. You can save a big chunk of change getting from the dealer in the plant town. Use there web...
  36. Parts source for my syckle mower project

    Over in the hay forum under this post, http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/haying/326954-hydraulic-cylinder-replacement-gage-rod.html , I got a great suggestion on how to complete my project. I have...
  37. Thread: ROPS

    by powerscol
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    Re: ROPS

    This may sound like a dumb question, but have you tried folding it to the 90 degree position - straight back?
    I too have to do this to fit in the garage, and also hit my head numerous times. Also...
  38. Thread: Winter Prep

    by powerscol
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    Re: Winter Prep

    tman1020, you are very correct. Fresh fuel from a high turn over place is the best way to go. However my problem occurred when I had summer fuel in the tank and the temps dropped. Before I started...
  39. Re: Corect type and size hose to run to the front from rear remotes.

    One more question. Are there any brands of hydraulic fitting to stay away from. I know you pay for what you get, and would rather not have rusty fittings after a year. Is it worth going stainless...
  40. Re: Corect type and size hose to run to the front from rear remotes.

    Thanks Folks - excellent information. SSdoxie - if you have other pictures of the route and tie points, it sure would help.

    Thanks again.

    PS tractor is in service getting the rear remotes...
  41. Re: Hydraulic cylinder replacement for Gage Rod on IH 1300 sickle mower.

    Second question is parts source? Did you fabricate the cylinder mounting ends, or were they apart of the cylinder purchase?
    Thanks for the great help.
  42. Re: Hydraulic cylinder replacement for Gage Rod on IH 1300 sickle mower.

    Thanks so much - how do you control the free float while mowing where the bar normally rides on the base and outboard shoe and follows the land contour off of the balance spring?
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    Re: irrigation help??

    First look up your state water agency, or the department covering ground water wells. Your well should have a standing well number. In Colorado you can find the information online under state...
  44. Hydraulic cylinder replacement for Gage Rod on IH 1300 sickle mower.

    In several post during my search there has been a reference to a post where someone just replaced the gage rod on and IH 1300 sickle mower to get bar lift. I know Rowes make an adapter set to do...
  45. Re: Corect type and size hose to run to the front from rear remotes.

    No tie wrap or squeeze arm, just the small 4/5 bale model that I can grab either way flat. Thanks for the tip on adjusting the hooks. BTW - can you grab and un-grap as you position the other bales...
  46. Thread: Winter Prep

    by powerscol
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    Re: Winter Prep

    If you do jell up, this is what I had to do. You will need your wifes hair dryer, and a good long clean paint stick. Pull filter, replace element and fill bowl with the 911 and replace. I have the...
  47. Thread: Winter Prep

    by powerscol
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    Re: Winter Prep

    MoPops - check you owners manual for recommended weight oil to have in for the expected temps. I only use my glow plugs enough to get a good start, but usually I am in hurry. Dont worry about the...
  48. Re: Corect type and size hose to run to the front from rear remotes.

    Thanks Folks. As for mounting blocks, I can only find weld on. Do bolt on exists. I would like to bolt to the cover plate that runs across the loader arm as shown in picture 3 of Brians post. Also in...
  49. Re: Corect type and size hose to run to the front from rear remotes.

    All I can say is WOW. Now to look up what you mentioned. Can you recommend any good sources for the materials? Question - what do you mean by a solid bulkhead mount? I was thinking of zip tying the...
  50. Corect type and size hose to run to the front from rear remotes.

    My Kuhn's hay grapple showed up today...Santa Came Early. Now I need to have hydraulic hoses made up (or bought on-line) to go from the rear remotes to the front of the loader arm, a set of quick...
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    Proper size and trype hydraulic hoses?

    My Kuhn's hay grapple showed up today...Santa Came Early. Now I need to have hydraulic hoses made up (or bought on-line) to go from the rear remotes to the front of the loader arm, a set of quick...
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    Re: Low Acreage Haying

    Murry54 - you just made my evening - good luck. I too have re-invested my profit and then some. I just bought a new 23' PJ GN deck over to haul my equipment and hay and a small hay grapple from...
  53. Thread: First Baler

    by powerscol
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    Re: First Baler

    With your HP you can run just about any entry or mid size baler, just look at HP requirements. From my limited experience I can recommend an in-line baler such as the Hesston 4550, or 4570. The new...
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    Re: New decking on my trailer

    I just treated the deck on my new PJ trailer. I used a gallon of Thompson Water seal (advanced formula) mixed with 2 quarts of synthetic ATF ( Mobile 1) that had been sitting on the shelf for years....
  55. Re: Trailer Hitch Receiver For Pallet Fork Frame

    joeyd - thanks for the thought, but I don't think my bucket will take the weight that far out. I had borrowed some bolt on pallet forks before I got my Terraforce ones, and my bucket flexed a lot. I...
  56. Re: Trailer Hitch Receiver For Pallet Fork Frame

    countrybumpkin where did you find that photo - would be good to have contact information. Also thanks for the Fluney link - they do not have that unit on their web page so I sent and email.

    Thanks...
  57. Re: Trailer Hitch Receiver For Pallet Fork Frame

    I was going to get a ball mount and get a cup welded up that I can bolt in, or just have it welded to the shank as close to the frame as possible. I might have a bearing plate as shown in one of the...
  58. Re: Trailer Hitch Receiver For Pallet Fork Frame

    xfaxman - thanks for the information. Unfortunately all these units put the lift point too far forward. As my loader has more lift capacity than my 3 point (loader at pins is 1600 lbs, 20" out is...
  59. Re: Trailer Hitch Receiver For Pallet Fork Frame

    I went out and used the bucket on the bottom of the 5er hitch and was able to lift the unit - still had power to spare, so all I need it to figure out a cup that will fit the king pin.
    I also found...
  60. Re: Trailer Hitch Receiver For Pallet Fork Frame

    Pin weight on the 5er should be about 1200 - within my loader capacity if I get close to the pins. I was wanting it for the front, so I can see as I park or move the units. This wound not be very...
  61. Trailer Hitch Receiver For Pallet Fork Frame

    Has anyone bought or used either of these two receiver hitch attachments?
    Trailer Hitch Receiver For Pallet Fork Frame
    Pallet Fork Trailer Hitch Receiver

    Are there other options?

    Also is...
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    Re: Small hay grapple.

    Well folks I made the plunge. After talking to all the folks on my list, only one was willing to work with me on my compact tractor. Some wanted too, but the price got prohibited. After double...
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    Re: Post Hole Digger Cart plans

    I added a cross member 12" in front of the rear cross brace and put a large lag bolt in it sticking up about 2". This is where I park the end of the PTO shaft. I also added a 2"x2" block on the top...
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    Re: What size equipment?

    Folks are very correct on the other small balers. However they can be expensive to keep running. Thats why I invested in a newer inline and have not regretted it. It also puts less stress on my...
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    Loader Re: Where can I find the 6TL loader pin specs?

    Go to the Bobcat home page and link in the parts catalog there. It will probably be under parts then accessories for you model. Otherwise call any dealer.
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    Re: bobcat brush cutter

    I had a Bobcat brush cutter for a while. It was the 60" model and ran it on MT CT 235 - it did very well. It was made much heavier and tougher than others, with lots of bracing not found on the TSC...
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    Re: What size equipment?

    You can run a small in-line baler such as a Hesston 4450. MF 1835 or equal. You will need to go slow and be sure your rear tires are filled. It will push you around a bit.You can run any sickle...
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    Re: Strapping it Down!

    OOPs - yep I missed that. However if you get time pull one and check for side wear. On my Bobcat Ct 235 I have the same bolts, and found one missing the other day - probably shear from vibration -...
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    Re: Strapping it Down!

    George2615
    I liked your use of the tie downs on your brush guard. However you have a possible weak link. In the photo there appears to be only two bolts holding the brush guard on the frame. You may...
  70. Re: best way to treat wood truck and trailer floors?

    I just purchased a new PJ deck over. Dealer indicated to treat with with straight ATF - cheapest I can find - synthetic, even better. Apply with a pump up garden sprayer. He indicated it soaked in...
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    Re: Pushing th limits

    The last block on the bottom indicates a 752 LB capacity on the 42" forks, assuming the folks weigh 364 lbs. The 7TL capacity drops quickly as the load moves out. My guess is the center of mass for...
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    Re: Post Hole Digger Cart plans

    Well folks this is what I came up with. All of your photos were a great help - Thanks Dimensions - Base is 3' by 4' inside dimensions, Outside rails are 4' 4x4, end cap is 3'7" 2x4, top cap is 3'7"...
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    Re: What size auger do you use?

    Same here - larger hole gives room fore adjustment, and also getting the man bar in to compact when setting
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    Re: post hole digger land pride DP15 teeth

    Have you checked tractor Supply units to see if they will fit. Its only a matter of shaft diameter and attachment bolt patterns. Hope this helps
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    Post Hole Digger Cart plans

    After doing a search and seeing all the great ideas, does anyone have any actual plans for a cart. Or at least some dimensions to start with. I have the tractor supply heavy duty model (Speedco made)...
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    Re: Pushing th limits

    Last post on this thread may help.
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/bobcat-tractors/174687-7tl-loader-capacity.html
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    Re: 7TL Loader Capacity

    395156

    I know this is an old thread, but here is the specification sheet, depending on serial number.
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    Re: Low Acreage Haying

    BJR - you will love your Hesston 4550, just be sure to feed it good twine. Briden 9600 is what I run. It breaks other brands. Also do not set the tension too tight as it will make very heavy bales....
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    Re: speed of an inline square baler?

    Marshall
    Get Briden 9600 and your twin issues will go away. Your bale count is pretty good. I have the Hesston 4550 - smaller version of yours and running it with a 26.5 PTO HP Bobcat CT 235...
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    Re: Small hay grapple.

    I did but it is too big for my tractor. I need a 6 bale unit I can afford. Weight of the units is the issue for my tractor. Still waiting on a couple of responses on folks that can modify their...
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    Re: Small hay grapple.

    Verticaltrx - I looked at that, but wondered about visibility from my tractor seat - should be OK. However I want to be able to unload and stack from the trailer into the barn if possible. Thanks for...
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    Re: Small hay grapple.

    Walcar. I believe it would be too much weight to pull with my tractor, assuming it goes behind the baler. Good thought though.
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    Tedder - Rake combination units

    I noticed this unit on the Enrossi web site. 2 Rotor Tedder Rake DR 420-4R. Anyone know anything about it, or other brands like it. Looking for something small that can do both jobs.

    Thanks -...
  84. Re: New Baler for small (light), but very tight bales of an accumulator with grapple?

    Check out my post on my search for similar equipment.

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/haying/320857-small-hay-grapple.html?highlight=

    As for a tight light bale, any of the current or past...
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    Re: New sickle mowers

    Also take a look at what Rowse Rakes has to offer. Rowse Rakes
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    Dexter 8000lb oil bath axles

    Looking at getting a PJ Equipment trailer. Specifically a F8 GN 102" wide deckover model with the 3' dovetail and wide 31" HD ramps.

    It comes standard with two 7K axles with electric brakes. One...
  87. Re: Hay bale grapple on a 7tl loader - Capacity?????

    I am looking at a plan B These folks, www.kuhnsmfg.com , can make me a custom 5 bale model. that is at 75% my tractor capacity when loaded. Less stress on the tractor, and ME:).

    Ill keep you...
  88. Re: Hay bale grapple on a 7tl loader - Capacity?????

    Your a saint. Thanks. Yes I do have the newer version with the 911 in the number. Worse case I only pick up 4 to 5 bales at a time - will save my back.
    Thanks for the help.

    BTW I do have filled...
  89. Hay bale grapple on a 7tl loader - Capacity?????

    SSdoxie and others I need your help. I have the newer 7tl loader with the 62" bucket. after looking at the older threads and what I could find, if everything is working correct my loader capacity...
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    Re: Small hay grapple.

    You and I think alike as I too used the pallet forks to gather up the bales. I actually set them closed and was able to slide under and get 3 at a time - still had to lift into the truck by hand...
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    Re: Small hay grapple.

    I made some edits so the links work - don't know what happened
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    Small hay grapple.

    Well folks - after picking up another cutting by hand the other day I have been looking into this more. This is what I found so far.

    Hoelscher Hay Systems Model 50

    Grappalator

    Steffen...
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    Re: to rake or not to rake

    You can also check with a neighbor that wants hay for his cows, or even let them run cows for a week or two. will clean it up fast.
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    Re: Haying with compact tractor

    Well another 57 bales in the barn (second cutting) only problem I had this time was with the sickle mower balling up at the inside shoe. So I need to check my set up once again :-)
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    Re: Low Acreage Haying

    Someone mentioned that us hobby farmers crack them up with our 25K tractors, etc. Well mine only cost 18K but I got it to plow snow in the winter and do clean up chores on the horse paddock. It was...
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    Re: Low Acreage Haying

    Are you referring to a grapple/accumulator that hooks the bales and lets you lift and loads from the front. in searching the stooker I found devices that stack 6 bales in triangle on edge?
  97. Thread: Hay mower

    by powerscol
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    Re: Hay mower

    One other question - what do you plan to use for a rake and baler?
  98. Thread: Hay mower

    by powerscol
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    Re: Hay mower

    Kuhn and Kubota make a small one and there are several itiallian ones out there. I would suggest you first rent one from your local AGG dealer or rental place that handle agg equipment. I run a 9' IH...
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    Re: Haying with compact tractor

    Averaged 175 bales and hour and got 225 off the property. Hay did get rained on 1/4 inch, but were dry the next evening. I need a small grapple to help me load out now, as throwing bales on a pallet...
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    Re: Low Acreage Haying

    Actually my stress level goes down when working with my compact unit. Like getting on my horse - the world goes away for a while. So far it is fun and by watching the weather I can get a good small...
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