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Look at the background, that land is flat and those trees are yard sites.  In that area a small field is 1/2 section.  Years ago Honeys build a couple of 40 foot headers for 1482's but about that time everyone quit building pull type combines.  

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14 minutes ago, 7288cdn said:

Look at the background, that land is flat and those trees are yard sites.  In that area a small field is 1/2 section.  Years ago Honeys build a couple of 40 foot headers for 1482's but about that time everyone quit building pull type combines.  

Problem with that setup is the 3 windrows.  That would work fine for a single rotor combine.  But twin rotor I think you would have uneven load between the rotors.  Two 35ft windrows dropped together would work better 

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