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Re: CASE 130/133 balers

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Case Nutty 1660

04-21-2013 16:03:56

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Jim, the 130 I have is a sheded low hour baler that I bought some 18 years ago at auction I gave 500.00 for mine it would take a lot more to buy it, also to tell a 130 from a 133 a 130 does not have fenders over the wheels a 133 does with them being painted Desert Sunset (fenders) sorry this is not the best pic of it mine has a engine as well

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04-22-2013 06:53:06

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 Re: CASE 130/133 balers in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-21-2013 16:03:56  
The gentleman that Dad bought his farm from in 1965 bought a new 130. The 130s had some problems and he was less than happy with it. He made a lot of modifications on the 130 and got it working a lot better. He talked to the Case blockman and told him he would sell Case his mods. Case people came and watched it bale and made an offer on the baler. Not enough money, so he kept it in the shed. Caught Case people on the farm one Sunday after they came from church trying to figure out all his improvements. He hid the baler at nite so they couldn't find it. Finally came to a money agreement and the next year Case came out with the 133. It had his mods. on it. Dad bought a new 133 and you couldn't make that baler miss. Dad had the 133 when he bought the guy's farm and that's how the story came out.

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george md

04-21-2013 22:37:07

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 Re: CASE 130/133 balers in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-21-2013 16:03:56  

I had a 133, with a big windrow it would keep

2 guys running on the wagon to keep up.


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