New Holland 456, 451 User Manual

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New Holland Sicklebar Mower Specifications
451 456
MODEL 451 456
CUTTERBAR LENGTH 7’3” (2210 mm) 9’3” (2819 mm) 9’3” (2819 mm)
OVERALL WIDTH
operating 12’5” (3785 mm) 14’5” (4395 mm) 15’3” (4648 mm) transport 6’2” (1870 mm) 7’2” (2175 mm) 7’2” (2175 mm)
HEIGHT
operating 3’3” (991 mm) 3’3” (991 mm) 3’3” (991 mm) transport* 5’8” (1715 mm) 6’8” (2032 mm) 6’8” (2032 mm)
WEIGHT, APPROXIMATE 609 lb. (276 kg) 628 lb. (285 kg) 803 lb. (364 kg)
MOWER DRIVE Heavy-duty V-belt Heavy-duty V-belt Heavy-duty V-belt
KNIVES
speed ........................................1600 strokes per minute at 540 rpm..........................................................
stroke 3.375” (86 mm) 3.375” (86 mm) 3.375” (86 mm)
CUTTERBAR OPERATING RANGE ......................15 degrees below horizontal, 35 degrees above horizontal ........................................
TRACTOR REQUIREMENT ................Fits most CAT I and II 3-point hitch .................. Fits most tractors with standard
* plus lift range of tractor LIFTS: Both lifts operable from the tractor seat. Tractor remote ram required for hydraulic lift on Model 456. Tractor power lift is standard on Model 451.
even-foot nine-foot
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tractors with 540 rpm PTO ASAE drawbar and 540 rpm PTO
The mounted 451 has an exclusive telescoping yoke that uses tractor power to lift the mower.
Visit our Web site at www.newholland.com/na. Or, call toll-free 866-NEW-HLND (866-639-4563).
Design, materials and/o r specif ications are subject to chan ge with out not ice and wi thou t liabi lit y there for. Specificat ions are applic able to units sold in Canada, the United Stat es, its ter ritorie s and posses sions, and may var y outside these areas.
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Straight-line motion of the drive head provides fast, smooth cutting combined with less wear on the knife assembly and hold-down clips.
Safety begins with a thorough understanding of
the equipment. Always make sure you and
your operators read the Operator’s Manual
before using the equipment. Pay close
attention to all safety and operating
decals and never operate machinery
without all shields, protective devices
and structures in place.
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