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Farmerboy72

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  • Birthday 11/11/1972

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  1. Tried the website, haven’t had any luck. They don’t have a support contact number listed. Was the first place I looked.
  2. Would anyone have a video of this type rig unfolding and folding? Kinda curious how much of a process it is.
  3. That will most probably be the route I go. I have seen this style on other drago heads but no one seems to have a part number. The metal piece that the poly is bolted is a manufactured product. The nuts are welded to it and the holes line up perfect to fasten to the header plate. I have seen them on different dragos, and they are all the same. Figured if I could find out where to get one, I would do that. Tried looking up on Drago website, but haven't had any luck there.
  4. Need help locating the item in the first pic, not sure what to call it. An ear saver, or dry corn saver. I really need the metal part that bolts to the header, the poly is easy enough to get. thank you
  5. Who here has had one? I would like to know the pros and cons of them. A local dealer got one on a trade in from a local guy. Know the previous owner, so I know the machine has been taken care(it is just a bit older than I was hoping for). He traded in for a 16 row I believe. i would like to move up to a 12 row machine if I can find one set up close to what I want. Was looking into the econo-folds, but not having any luck. The ones I find with the setup I want are a bit pricey. This white, I believe I could buy cheap enough and then add the features I would like.
  6. Where we unload there is no room to turn around, so they have to be pushed in like that and then pulled out the same way
  7. In the 90's here today, they won't have to put up with for long. They head for the packer Thursday!
  8. Thanks for the offer! But these kids got it done. 2 on the left are my 15 year old and 14 year old nephews, and the two on the right are their friends. Their two friends never touched a bale before today, but they did great. Not in the pic is my 13 year old son and my niece that also helped.
  9. Got some straw baled on this Fourth of July, now it is Monday morning ready to unload. It is not much, but enough to do on a high humidity and very hot day!
  10. Does anyone know, is there a kit or setup to add hooded covers to an older(1990) Hagie? just something I was thinking about. Never seems to be a calm day to spray when I am available to spray. Thought maybe hoods would give me more oppurtunities to do so.
  11. Jake says, " I'm not smiling"!
  12. I have you thought about the vertical tillage tool. They are usually built heavy enough to withstand rocks and are designed to handle heavy corn residue.
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