Combine when its tough, is about all that works. Depending on how wide your header is perhaps you can work back and forth and rake two rows together. Thats what we did. It was easier to start a bale in a round baler when the swath was much bigger. Its been a number of years since we ran a R series.
I want to save straw to bale for bedding ,have r75 with chopper one fine cut the other is regular . what can i do to keep straw as long as possible
Last I tried something new regarding this. I ran the chopper on slow speed. I toke the long paddles off the spinner and made two that were just long enough to come to the outside of the spinner disc. I also reversed the spinner so the straw was spinning toward the curtain amd slowed the spinner down. It didn't make supper long straw. But it was nice to have the straw on stubble instead of in the tire track and made in much nicer to pick up with the baler.
One thing I have heard on here often is that Gleaners are cheap to maintain compared to other brands and I'm wondering how closely you actually track that?
I've owned a Gleaner S67 for almost 5 years now. I know I haven't been the biggest Gleaner proponent for the last year or so but there is...
A buddy and I are playing around with an old A. It had a 6B-230 on it. We have the 230 tore apart, but we have a 262 off of a C here that runs great. We'd like to put it on there, but the 12in longer housing is throwing us. Do the flywheel housings interchange between engines? Any ideas?
hi all, just bought a gleaner f and found that I couldn't get the rpms on the cylinder up high enough. it stayed at 600 rpm. do I need to change a pulley? either swap two out for one another or a different pulley altogether?