Excellent raking quality, easy handling and a durable design - these qualities give you good reason to buy a Massey Ferguson rake.
The enclosed rake head from Massey Ferguson protects all of the important components against dirt and dust. This design is a guarantee of a long service life. The optimised shape of the cam track, which is made of spheroidal graphite cast iron, provides maximum smooth running and quick, precise lifting of the tines. The large-dimensioned drive unit and the precision-manufactured tine arm housing made of aluminium alloy, are both good examples of a modern and proven design.
TANGENTIALLY ARRANGED TINE ARMS
Best raking quality is achieved with the tangential arrangement of the tine arms, creating an ideal swath. It makes significantly higher working speeds possible – the best pre-requisites if the harvesting weather is not in your favour.
SPECIAL BOLT-ON CONNECTION FOR THE RAKE HEAD
The rake head is bolted together using a conical ring to form a sturdy unit. This has the advantage that the bolts are not subjected to any shearing effect, but rather only to compressive and tensile forces. In addition, this results in precise centering and stability for a long service life. The tine arms can be replaced individually as required, without having to completely dismantle the rake socket.
STEERGUARD® FOR A POSITIVE AND DIRECT STEERING MOVEMENT
Massey Ferguson offers a patented steering system for the rake which operates within the frame. This steering system provides reliable precise steering in all conditions. The steering shaft is protected against damage by the frame and, unlike externally located steering rods, has only two pivot points. As a result accurate steering and safety is guaranteed, even after years of use.
PERFECT GROUND ADAPTATION IN EVERY SITUATION
The patented, fully cardanic rotor suspension from Massey Ferguson ensures perfect ground adaptation even under the most difficult of working conditions. The rotor can adapt itself perfectly to the ground and independently of the frame, whether inclined longitudinally or transversely. As a result, forage lying in recesses and depressions can be recovered without loss.
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