PICKUP AND FEEDING SYSTEM

LEAVE NOTHING BUT BALES BEHIND

Building perfect square-shouldered bales starts with a pickup that delivers a clean sweep and reliable feeding. That’s why all Roll-Belt™ pickups are designed to be tough, with strong tine bars and intermediate reel supports that resist bending. They deliver a clean sweep with a double-cammed reel drive, a heavy-duty steel roller and a tine windguard that improve both crop flow and capacity for positive, trouble-free feeding.


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STANDARD FOUR-BAR 1.8M PICKUP

Exclusive to Hay Special models, this four-bar pickup features three plate-type reel spiders and four tubular-steel tine bars that are over one-inch in diameter for extra strength. The 112 five-millimeter, five-coil tines have curved tips for a clean sweep and are shot peened for added durability.


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HEAVY-DUTY FIVE-BAR 1.8M OR 2.0M PICKUP

The heavy-duty five-bar pickup featured on all non-Hay Special models delivers up to 25% more capacity than the four-bar pickup. The ultra-reliable reel features five bar stock solid steel tine bars and plate-type reel spiders. Up to 160, six millimeter, curved, rubber-mounted tines provide the utmost durability in the heaviest windrows.


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ACTIVESWEEP™ FEEDER AND AUGERS

Bulky windrows require a feeding system that can easily match the pickup’s capacity. On ActiveSweep™ models, the feeder and auger are part of an in-line design, which means they operate on a common shaft, requiring fewer moving parts and offering greater reliability. The 14-inch diameter feeder remains in a fixed position while tines arranged in a W-shaped pattern smoothly move material into the chamber. On the sides, large infeed augers are timed with the feeder to ensure maximum capacity and evenly-filled bale edges, resulting in square-shouldered bales time and time again.


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SUPERFEED™ AND CROPCUTTER® UNDERSHOT ROTORS

Designed for heavy silage crops, bulky straw, and coarse grass, undershot rotors found on SuperFeed™ and CropCutter® models lead to dense bales in tough conditions. These rotors move crop underneath a large, 18-inch diameter feeder using W-pattern tines to feed crop directly into the chamber without an intermediate feeder. Unlike other rotor designs, these large infeed augers are independent, positioned ahead to deliver crop in front of the rotor for smooth and consistent crop flow.


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