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BMJ 63450 81 BIG !!!! either
BIG !!!!
It dont get mutch bigger than this I think.
Pic from danish magasine. :-)
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Ya I think your rite, doesn't get much bigger then that.
Looks like a Honey Bee head. Looks to be taken in

Take care
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Hello everybody

Do you guys know how width this head is?

greatings from Holland van Jan
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i don't have a clue

greetings from your neighbour
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How the hell is it possible that you don't know that

I dacht that you knew everything

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i know a lot. I even know what the width of this machine,
but i won't tell you...:-P

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I believe that is a 42ft honeybee head. My neighbour has
one. I live 100 miles only from the Honeybee factory which
is located in SW Saskatchewan. A friend of mine friend used
to work there.
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This is a 50 foot honeybee draper header made in the early
90's. It is now discontinued and the biggest they make now
is the 42 foot draper in one piece (one side doesn't fold
back). Honeybee also made a few 75 foot swathers in the
late 80's but they didn't catch on. There was a 25 foot in
front of the traction unit and a 25 foot on each side.

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Thanks for the correction Ross regarding the header size. I
did not know they made a 50 foot model at one time. I have
an L2 Gleaner and a TR70 New Holland but an R75 would really
hit the spot :-).............saw a used one with 200 Hrs.
for $319,000 Canadian with pick-up header only. It's
insane. Maybe I will look around for a good R62.
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you're a gleaner man eh. We run 2 jd 9500's with 25' macdon
headers. We are thinking of trading too. hopefully go to
one 9610 and a 36' macdon. What do you like about the
gleaner that keeps you coming back to them? How were your
crops down there? I farm in east central alberta. We were
slightly better than average here this year. Couple of hail
storms knocked the yeilds a bit though.
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Hi BMJ !

And thanks for this nice pic. Just a small question : I do
not understand the folding system.:-[ Could you explain me ?

Thanks in advance ! :-D
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