Balancing the load in your harvester is very important for maintaining the proper flow of product. The dual-boom discharge divides the yield of rows being dug and discharges each portion into separate furrows in front of the harvester.
With wheels underneath the windrower, the machine's turning radius is dramatically decreased. Having an easily manueverable implement is invaluable. It cuts down on wasted time positioning the digger at the start of the row, and more of your headlands can be devoted to growing your crop.
The 6500 Series Windrowers were designed with an innovative digger bed that eliminates the catch points where vines and weeds would typically build up. Their long primary and secondary chains sift out soil and leave a much cleaner product for your harvesters to pick up.
|Number of Rows||4||6|
|Height||8 ft. 0 in.
||8 ft. 0 in.
|Width (transportation)||16 ft. 8 in.
||22 ft. 6 in.
|Horsepower Requirement||180 hp||285 hp|
|Rear Cross Chain Width||Optional directional or dual-discharge||Optional directional or dual-discharge|
|Devine Chain Width||70 in.
|Track Width||136 in. -
||204 in. -
|Tires||600/50 R 22.5||600/50 R 22.5|