I've heard good things about the impeller conditioners, but the only one that had those anyway was the 16', and the book for that spec'd way more tractor than we have. Working great on a 7510 now. Quality Hay Starts Here With over 65 years of experience, Hesston® by Massey Ferguson is known for its commitment to creating innovative products that produce one thing: Quality Hay. Pricing shown for Custom Media is the individual item price when that publication is selected for custom media production. East-Central Ontario Actually I've seen a couple of 2pth adapters for receiver hitches, one was a European hay equipment dealer whose equipment is basically all 2pt. Ours ran over thousands and thousands of acres at 14-16mph with little problems.
These won't get as hot on your 12' wide cutterbed as on the 15' cutterbed, but they do get warm - real warm - on a hot summer day, trapped under those shields, with no airflow to cool them off. Too loose on the pressure plate adjustment and it will burn up when you get into a heavy crop. Take a look at our products and see why Nobody Knows Hay Like Hesston. Had 10000 of acres on it. Our 8312 roller machine was ran for years with our 186h just fine. You have to remove the top shield on the left side as you stand behind the header, looking forward of the header to access the main drive belt and the idler. Insert my standard rant on sealed bearings here.
That sucks, hope it comes around. Rotary mower conditioners are not cheap. Today, Hesston products continue to lead the way in advanced hay and forage technology. The rollers are about to come part and we're having to fabricate some parts that are no longer available. We Run 3 of those 10 foot Vicon units on a 30-foot mower that's custom made.
What year did Hesston switch from the 40 to the 45 series? If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on our website. My dad and brother have a 8312 and a 1340 and they run them with a 806 and a allis 7000 and run about 8 or 9 mph. You shouldn't have a problem running it with an 80 hp tractor providing you don't want to cut 13 mph in a heavy crop, The biggest concern is the weight of your tractor and especially if you are cutting on hills because it can push the rear end of the tractor around, we use our 7120 four-wheel-drive and it is a perfect match for power and weight. I mowed with the 806 last week a bit for them and it has plenty of power mowing in 2 hi, so you should be fine with your tractors. Look for a roller conditioner one.
I think it could be made to work, might have to hang a piece of belting below the drawbar like you have to do with a baler. I'm still thinking about this Hesston, but other than that the options are pretty much to buy new or look into transporting through Canada. As far as running it, I would think both the 756 or the 4020 would run it, probably not super fast but you will be cutting more hay then you think with one that's for sure. They are a good machine that I would recommend to anyone, that one looks decent and the price is reasonable and maybe even negotiable. Big improvement over the regular drawbar hitch and heavy cv pto shaft on the old 1431 It worked great while it was working.
As far as running it, I would think both the 756 or the 4020 would run it, probably not super fast but you will be cutting more hay then you think with one that's for sure. We have a case Ih 8312 that we bought new in 2001 we cut approximately 6 to 700 acres per year. Hesston has been known as the hay and forage innovator since 1955, when the company developed the first commercially available self-propelled windrower. We had one we just sold if he'd pay me this season. I know there has been some discussion on these mowers before I did actually search! Standard item and custom media orders are subject to shipping and handling fees determined at checkout. When an alternate currency view is selected, the converted prices shown are estimates. I didn't even consider that they made mowers to be honest.
There's been a Hesston 1340 for sale for about a month or so now 6-8 hours away hey, it's at least in the same state. Wish I had bought the 450 i grew up with, hindsight is 2020 I'm starting to so many options now it's a bit overwhelming! This includes cookies from third party social media websites, which may track your use of our website. Also since its s draw bar pull, make sure that the pto joint that connects to the tractor isn't really sloppy. He told me that the drawbar mount constantly hooked the windrow. That's funny, sold my 8315 this year to a local farmer and haven't gotten paid either. There is a sealed bearing in the idler pulley for the main drive belt.
We are proud to offer a full line of hay and forage equipment including windrowers and heads, baling systems, mowing systems, rakes and tedders and forage equipment. If I were buying new, I would definitely go with the 2 point hitch even at the extra money. Those mowers are very hardy machine as long as the cutter bar has been taken care of. I also see the Kubota has 3 knives per disc instead of two with the same rotation sped. Have 2 newer of same but 15' an both good. These are around a 10' cut.
This is due to the belts, gearboxes, etc that transfer the power from the driveline to the cutterbed. Basically the main things we sell are knives and the attaching hardware. Also, is there any reason to not go with a 540 rpm pto if we were to go this route? It at least looks like. Files provided as downloads and on custom media are protected and cannot be copied or shared. The other benefit is you can attach to tractor or it can be pulled by a truck. Just a piece that slides in the receiver with a 4x4 going across under the hitch and the implement locks into brackets on either end.