The LX700 Series line of loaders includes seven models for Case IH tractors ranging from 60 to 300 hp. Maximum height ranges from 122 to 187", and lift capacity at maximum height ranges from 2,100 to 5,250 lbs.
Engineered to minimize downtime between tasks, the loaders sport automatic lock systems for quick, easy attachment and removal. Larger, stronger main beams and a powerful sub-frame add to loader longevity without jeopardizing visibility.
Made for lower-horsepower tractors, Vermeer's Rebel 5410 baler makes 47"-wide bales up to 60" in diameter and weighing up to 1,000 lbs. Its true-bottom drum design provides for fast feeding and high-density bales. It features hydraulic/spring belt tension that's easy to adjust.
The baler's net-wrap system feeds the net directly to the main belts, and a new electric center-pivot twine-tie system has adjustable, dual feed slots and a double power actuator.
Claas of America's Stop Rock is a revolutionary mechanism that keeps large rocks from damaging a forage harvester. If a rock in the windrow passes the machine's front precompression roller, the roller is raised abruptly. Its lifting speed is measured by a potentiometer, and the system determines whether the rock is large or small. If it's bigger than a preset size limit, intake stops immediately and the operator activates a reversing process in the same way as for metal detection.
Designed to fit all Claas forage harvesters, Stop Rock will be available as an option on all Jaguar Green Eye models.
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Frontier Equipment has introduced a new line of three-point hay attachments: a bale unroller and single and dual bale spears.
The BU1060 bale unroller easily unrolls round bales for feeding livestock with a hydraulic cylinder that activates the arms and unrolls the bale from the cab. It's compatible with John Deere iMatch, Quick-Coupler II and 3N hitches.
The dual (HS1001) and single (HS1002) bale spears have 49"-long main tines, and the single spear has two 15" stabilizing tines to prevent bale rotation.