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HDX 2 SERIES

CUTTERBED

 The Case IH HDX 2 Sicklebar Hearder uses a counter-stroking action of dual sickles to shear crop cleanly while a floating auger keeps the crop moving smoothly.

  • Heavy-duty wobble drives ensure long, trouble-free life
  • Bolt-on knife sections are standard for easy replacement
  • Overserrated knife sections provide long life and a clean cut
  • Double heat-treated range guards provide superior resistance to rock damage
  • The cutterbar angle adjusts hydraulically from 6 to 12 degrees below horizontal
  • Available stub-on-stub guards penetrate tough, tangled crops

UNIQUE FLOATING AUGER

HDX 2 Sicklebar Headers use a unique floating auger to keep the crop moving smoothly to the conditioning rolls.

  • 20-in. (508-mm) auger with 5-in. (178-mm) flighting
  • Auger floats up to 2 in. (50.8 mm) to let slugs of material pass underneath without plugging
  • Auger slip clutch protects auger and drive system

SKID SHOES

Five Position Adjustments

Skid shoes feature five position adjustments. Combine this with the hydraulic adjustable header and you can adjust guard angle and cut height from 1.2–6.2 in. (30.5–157 mm)

AVAILABLE OPTIONS FOR THE WD3 AND HDX 2 SERIES

  • In-cab control of reel speed
  • In-cab control of windrow width
  • Header gauge wheels
  • Tall-crop lean bar kit
  • Crop dividers

CONDITIONING SYSTEM

HDX 2 Series sicklebar headers

Feature a conditioning system that is built to work in heavy crop conditions. Conditioning rolls crimp stems thoroughly for fast dry down. The roll pressure system uses a torsion bar, which allows conditioning rolls to automatically separate to clear slugs and the chevron pattern provides even windrow formation

Rubber-On-Rubber

Rubber-on-rubber conditioning rolls are available on all models for a thorough, gentle cleaning

Steel-On-Steel

Steel-on-steel rolls are available on all models except the HDX122 for tough and versatile for a wide range of demanding crops

Hi-Contact Rolls

Hi-contact rolls are available on all models except the HDX122 for complete crush of plant stem; ideal for legume-type crops


 

Make Case IH
Model HDX182
Sicklebar Header  
Cutting width, ft in (m)  18' 3" (5.56)
Overall width, ft in (m) 20' 3" (6.17)
Cutting height range, in (mm) 1.2 (30.5) to 6.2 (157)
Header drive Hydraulic
Gauge wheels Optional
Weight, lbs (kg) 4,370 (1983)
Sickle Cutterbar  
Single or double knife Timed dual counterstroking
Knife drive Open, dual, wobble
Knife speed, strokes per minute 1810
Sickle stroke, in (mm) 3 (76)
Cutter bar angle range, degrees 6 to 12
Reel  
Number of bats 5
Reel diameter, in (mm) 42 (1067)
Reel speed, mechanical, rpm 52 to 83
Reel speed, hydraulic, rpm 0 to 76
Reel drive description Var. sheave belt & chain / Hyd optional
Auger  
Auger description Single, floating
Auger diameter, in (mm) 20 (508)
Auger Speed, rpm 287
Auger drive type Single, floating
Float range, in (mm) 2 (50.8)
Roll Conditioner  
Roll length, in (mm) 102 (2591)
Roll diameter, in (mm) 10.375 (263.5)
Roll speed, rpm 717
Roll material, standard Rubber
Alternate roll material Steel or High-Contact urethane
Roll surface pattern, standard Chevron
Roll pressure system Torsion bar
Roll adjustment method Hand Crank
Windrow/swath width, in (mm) 36 to 96 (910 to 2438)
Sales Literature  
Literature number CIH07211103
Literature date Ju;y, 2011
Operators Manual  
Manual number 87010379
Manual date 2002
Manufacturing status Current
First Entry Date 2007
Revision date 04/01/2012
na = Not Applicable, np = Not Published