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Re: scrapping 2 balers

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Brian in MA

09-25-2012 16:47:36

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Where are you located?

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09-25-2012 17:38:56

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 Re: scrapping 2 balers in reply to Brian in MA, 09-25-2012 16:47:36  
NEPA, Susquehanna County.

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09-25-2012 16:56:29

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 Re: scrapping 2 balers in reply to Brian in MA, 09-25-2012 16:47:36  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeDitto....

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09-25-2012 19:14:08

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 Re: scrapping 2 balers in reply to kossuth, 09-25-2012 16:56:29  
How different is that from a 268 baler?
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09-26-2012 07:32:31

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 Re: scrapping 2 balers in reply to strikefalcon, 09-25-2012 19:14:08  
Basic difference between a 268 and 269 is the 269 has the 3 joint pto and longer hitch. I bought a 269 parts baler and switched them. NH two joint design was terrible. They must have thought tractors are only 40 inches wide.

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Brian in MA

09-26-2012 04:47:18

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 Re: scrapping 2 balers in reply to strikefalcon, 09-25-2012 19:14:08  
Very similar. If you go to the Messick's parts site and compare the 268 & 269 there is a ton of overlap in parts. I also have a 268 and if this was closer I might try to buy the whole baler as a parts unit, but that is too far for me.

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09-28-2012 15:07:51

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 Re: scrapping 2 balers in reply to Brian in MA, 09-26-2012 04:47:18  
no wants anything? sunday one in barn(S69) gets pulled out to get loaded on flat bed. Other(s269) ones here at house.

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