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Re: Nam baler

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Case Nutty 1660

01-11-2013 12:04:13

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I have never heard of a "NAM" Case baler but a "NCM" "NCM-T" or a "NT" models were made, as to the wheels from my parts book it looks like the wheels are bushed but are greaseable, I have a staionary Case chopper that has te same wheels and I greased it several times but pulled it 50 miles home behind my pick up with no problems, their is some wood in the plunger area for carring/slideing of the plunger, here are some pics of the various models to help you identify what you are looking at, I will say if it is a hand tie "NCM" restored they bring very good money cnt

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Adirondack case guy

01-11-2013 13:32:41

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 Re: Nam baler in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-11-2013 12:04:13  

I agree with bro., that you will be just fine with which ever baler you have. We towed a NCM from our farms (a 3.5 mile drive at road speed with a Case LA all the time with no problems.
An interesting note is the Lit. that I posted here about the older NL Case baler. It was a high speed stationary baler, and the lit. proves it LOL. If a company distributed lit. like that today the lawyers would have a field day. (if they knew what a field day was) HeHe. I like the third pic. with the baler backed into the hay mow with the wisconsin engine on it. Today one spark and barn burns down, Case woulda built a new barn, paid for loss income, pain&suffering, and who knows what else.
I just threw these pics from Case Lit Form #A28453H printed in 1953, and price book 1955.

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