Or should we just put the whole show on hold for you Don so you can finish your canola?
Yes I'm sure Pat Kennedy would get right on that.
You know I'm not sure that header is going to Agritrade at Red Deer, let me make a couple of calls...
Yeah it is, in fact it's no longer sitting in my field.
Well that certainly slows my harvest down. more tears
That header worked quite well, I was surprised especially since it had no upper cross auger but still fed well.
My thanks to Agco, Trochu Motors, Jack Stankievech (owner of Trochu Motors) and Wayne Stankievech (cousin) who ran the MF9895/9250 DyaFlex header.
It was a huge help.
I owe you guys!
Ben I never actually rode in the 9895, I was running my own combine at the same time
and at this time of year in Alberta getting harvest finished isn't the main thing, it's the only thing.
The prospect of snow covering your crop just isn't appealing.
There are quite a few of these machines kicking around now and they seem to be working well.
But as to first hand knowledge, sorry Ben, I just don't know.
Is that an open right angle gear drive running the drapers? Looks like the same deal that runs the straw spreader. That wasn't the best design then and I can't believe it will last any longer in this application. I thought the open gear drives were done when the A series corn head died.