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Re: New Holland Super 68 baler

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CRAIGREAVLEY

01-03-2013 09:40:57
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"Old and Obsolete" 90% of my equipment is old and obsolete. I restore old and obsolete tractors and equipment, and make them "functional and relevant" I can tell you several stories about farmers buying brand new and having issues. There isnt a baler or tractor built today that will still be running 60 years from now. This website is "Yesterdays Tractors" Not "todays expensive computerized plastic tractors"

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DeltaRed

01-03-2013 14:35:43
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 Re: New Holland Super 68 baler in reply to CRAIGREAVLEY, 01-03-2013 09:40:57  
Craig,I also farm "old and obsolete".My equipment is all from the 50s/60s ....I've worked on that "junk" my entire career.,Some times you just have to realize(and admit) the old machine just isnt worth fixing anymore.I have fixed more stuff that should have been junked,it cost lots more time/money than practicle,plus it always breaks in the most critical time(old balers are notorious for that).I had a 282 that had the same prob;lem as yours.After tearing it apart,I realized it was to used up to fix.Later I dismantled it to salvage good parts.EVERY bearing was bad,lots more stuff was worn out.Later pd 1200 for a super nice 283.that just WORKED.Good luck on the repair.

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mudcreek183

01-03-2013 12:35:22
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 Re: New Holland Super 68 baler in reply to CRAIGREAVLEY, 01-03-2013 09:40:57  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see[size=9:e83eadafb0][/size:e83eadafb0][size=12][/size I agree with you 100 percent this new equipment won't last near as long as the new stuff nieghbor son bought a new combine first day out it dies in the field circuit bord was fried new combine too 3 day wait for the part



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