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Re: stacking hay old style with the DC and Duncan

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Dutchman

07-05-2013 18:00:35
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Very interesting ... How many bales do you pick up at one time ?? Does the rear -end get light >> or do you have a counter weight .. Like you said .. makes loading easier and fun for the driver of the Dc ..

........... mark




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Case Nutty 1660

07-05-2013 18:13:12
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 Re: stacking hay old style with the DC and Duncan in reply to Dutchman, 07-05-2013 18:00:35  
Mark 10-12 bales is a average load but if the bales line up just right I can get 15-17 on the bales are averaging 70 lbs plus the hay head that is heavy I have not had any wheels come up but I will be adding several more sets of wheel weights as I had the calcium chloride taken out of the rears last year, this is the only way I do not mind handling small squares cnt



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John Saeli

07-05-2013 18:53:22
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 Re: stacking hay old style with the DC and Duncan in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-05-2013 18:13:12  
I'm amazed everytime I see that loader. I do not understand how that front end takes it.



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JDB

07-08-2013 11:40:56
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 Re: stacking hay old style with the DC and Duncan in reply to John Saeli, 07-05-2013 18:53:22  
Me too John. My 52 DC had a loader on it for years and shows evidence of having broke in two. The casting below the radiator looked like it can from a different tractor and only cleared the lower pulley by 1/8 inch. No way to change the fan belt without removing this casting. Think it may have come from a CC? Changed it out for one from a DC and discovered the flange on the front of the engine block was broke out and missing around one hole.

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Case Nutty 1660

07-05-2013 19:02:32
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 Re: stacking hay old style with the DC and Duncan in reply to John Saeli, 07-05-2013 18:53:22  
the Duncan design does seem to distribute the weight better than most loaders so far I have had zero troubles and the front axle is in very good shape
cnt



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