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Re: New Holland Bale Wagon

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I have a 1003 and have had pretty good luck with it. You can pick up hay in hills if you have enough tractor in front and don't drive like a maniac. It works better to have the loader on the uphill side and pickup going uphill on really steep slopes. A 1034 will have its own hydraulic system so checking the oil to see what it looks like and checking the bale loader chain and 1st table chain as those are likely pricey from NH. Look it over for cracks in the frame and checking pivot points for wear, also make sure the push off feet and arms work freely and aren't bound or bent up. A book is mandatory and there is a learning curve as they aren't as straightforward to learn as other implements. If you don't make solid consistent length bales that will need to be your first step. If you are used to just stuffing it in as fast as you can go any time you save baling you will pay back threefold when you are out there picking them up. They are a great time saver if you make solid even bales and take the time to learn how to use it otherwise it will make for a miserable afternoon for you. roderimp.com is a website for Roder implement in Kansas they deal mainly in bale wagons and have great information on bale wagons.[/url]

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