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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-24-2019, 11:26 AM Thread Starter
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can a person use a 635D to harvest maxmim lentils, would it help to put lifters on and if that is a option which brand. the land is rolling and has rocks but the picker was over it and it was land rolled

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I’ve done it, depends how rolling your hills are. Side by side with a Auger style jd flex head i covered more ground and never left much behind, pickup fingers would have maybe helped a bit but then again they can cause pain too! If ground is dry it makes it work a whole lot better and I also had headsight height control........side note I did say afterwards I will never grow them things again! Lol

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was it just a straight flex or did you have a air reel on it
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Straight flex with crary air and lifters.......all I can say is it can be done with 635D, Hugged the ground real well. Dry ground is quite important for either header in my opinion, slides better.
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