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Anyone had any experience using Wilke skid shoes on their headers? Looking at some for our Massey 5200 swather. The guy doesn't seem to want to tell me much about his product, and I just wondered if anyone has experience with them. Crop looks like it was landrolled while standing so I gotta do something.

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Had them send me a set for my JD 930 Flex header. Made by May-Wes I believe. We will find out how well they last after soybean season. Fit perfectly, never had to drill any holes to align rivets

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Anyone had any experience using Wilke skid shoes on their headers? Looking at some for our Massey 5200 swather. The guy doesn't seem to want to tell me much about his product, and I just wondered if anyone has experience with them. Crop looks like it was landrolled while standing so I gotta do something.


Have them on our 5000 draper header, they work slick. We got about 8,000 acres out of a set, and now have to replace the two end pieces under the dividers.


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are they cheaper than standard
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