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johnjenk 33389 151 New Holland 489 Haybine either
New Holland 489 Haybine
We use two of these to cut hay with. They are both about
23-24 years old and look rough but they just keep going and
going and going. We’ve rebuilt both of them countless times
but between the two of them, they’ve cut enough hay to make
about 70-80,000 1600 pound rolls and they are still cutting!
Re: New Holland 489 Haybine
Hi John,

Are your haybines equipped with conditioner rollers?

Re: New Holland 489 Haybine
Yes they are Joost. As a matter of fact, in almost 25 years
of service, thats about the only things that haven’t had to
be replaced on these units. Of course we’ve had to replace
the bearings in them but not the rollers. Thanks for the
Re: New Holland 489 Haybine
John I forgot to add that the surrounding landscape in your
photos makes me feel right at home! Looks like areas near my
house! Nothing like rural life.
Re: New Holland 489 Haybine
Hey Lance. The funny thing is, this is only about four miles
from a metropolitan area of about 300,000 people. not a huge
city but it is the state capitol.
Re: New Holland 489 Haybine
Is the capitol Montgomery?
Re: New Holland 489 Haybine
That’s right. We’re down I-85 from you guys. I-85 actually
starts/ends here.
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