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Re: Square Baler PTO Question

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01-07-2013 15:12:48

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Here in Missouri I have yet to see a self propelled baler but when I was a truck driver I saw more then one way out west

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Case Nutty 1660

01-07-2013 17:50:50

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 Re: Square Baler PTO Question in reply to old, 01-07-2013 15:12:48  
when I put up 1200 acres of hay here I had two self-propelled NH square bales I still have one today

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j hikemper

01-07-2013 19:30:34

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 Re: Square Baler PTO Question in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-07-2013 17:50:50  
does your nh baler have 2 motors ? the only one i know ef 1957 .. has a wisconsin on the drive train , and another on the plunger

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Case Nutty 1660

01-07-2013 19:34:36

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 Re: Square Baler PTO Question in reply to j hikemper, 01-07-2013 19:30:34  
no they both just had one motor,,Freeman balers always had two though, my 1282 came with a 172cid Ford, it blew and I installed a 225 Chysler slant6 more than double the power, the 1283 has a 250cid 6cyl Ford it had good power also the 1283 also had cab and A/C

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01-07-2013 18:05:23

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 Re: Square Baler PTO Question in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-07-2013 17:50:50  
Ah but are you in Missouri?? And if you are you most be up in north Missouri because that is the only area of MO that is flat enough to use one LOL

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Case Nutty 1660

01-07-2013 18:28:36

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 Re: Square Baler PTO Question in reply to old, 01-07-2013 18:05:23  
no not Missouri at all, in Wyoming and I guess what I ment was they are very high capacity balers and can cover lots of ground in a hurry, back then I put up 120,000-200,000 small squares a year, I also had a self-propelled bale wagon to as I delivered 75% of that hay to the customers right from the field,, question why couldn't you use a self-propelled on hills? they got very good traction and are very stable and much easier to manuver than a pull type, but then I would not have wanted a wagon behind them even though they had a hitch, out here we do not use throwers at all, I have only seen them in books

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