Rich is correct both of these "extra" balers of mine have hyd tension, I wish I had kept a Case 330 we sold new I had it had factory hyd bale tension also I have never seen another, I know the last load of them we sold had it cnt
Re: Baler pic's in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 12-04-2012 11:01:30
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NH made a pretty good square baler. We have 2 326's that we used to put up 15,000 small squares year of alfalfa with. We had a 330 case, but our smallest tractor at the time, a 4240 JD, was just to much hp for it. We kept shearing the safety bolt as soon as the hay would get tuff. The 330 was wire tie, and when we upped our production, we wanted to switch to twine as well. Dad used the 330 for many many years. It was a good baler too.
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