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Re: Round bailer recommended for jd 2020 54 hp

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We have a Deere 335 that makes a 4X4 bale and often use it on a 2510 which has the same engine as your 2020.We have used it on our 2040(3 cyc. 40 hp)and it worked ok.We have baled thousands of bales with almost no problems.We have replaced pickup teeth three times and drive chains twice.Cornstalks are very hard on pickups.We still have the original belts but they are completly shot.We bought it new in 1996 at a discount because the 446 balers were introduced to replace the 335. Ours has electic twine so we only need a single outlet hyd system. I would wish for the double twine arm to make it tie faster.We have baled 500-800 hi moisture bales with it and it works ok for that,but you need to be careful that it does not wrap on the drive rolls.Deere made a hi moisture kit with scrappers and we now have one to put on when we replace the belts.I have no complaints about the baler and would only wish for net wrap and the wider pickup which are not options for the 4X4 baler.For us the smaller bale size is great as they are easy to handle and haul.We sell some hay and two bales fit in the back of a pickup and one person can roll them off if need be.

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