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Very nice! What type of conditioner do those have?
 

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Steel on steel single conditioner
The double conditioner is only available in the SP
Hmm. I wonder why Hesston/Massey doesn’t offer the Twin Max in the pull type mowers. It was a very definite step forward when my brother went from the NH rubber chevron to the Twin Max of the Massey. The one downside I see to it is that it crushes alfalfa stems so effectively that the swath is less fluffy and lays tighter against the dirt. However I would rather deal with that problem than less conditioned alfalfa that won’t dry down no matter what you do to it.
 

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Finished 1st crop today and alfalfa mowed on Sunday was only about half bloom. When you want to move along with a big disc bine you need a good horse out front. 150 or
160hp would be good. Watching YouTube videos of the guys out your way and was wondering how you were doing.
 
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